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APR REWIND: Nationals vs Orioles Series at Nationals Park

Washington, D.C. — The Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles completed 2.6 of a 3 game series in the latest Battle of the Beltway. Sunday's postponed game will be completed on August 14th at Camden Yards in Baltimore. Our three photographers from the series were Robert Banez, Brian Murphy and Ed Sheahin.

GAME 1: Nationals: 0 | Orioles: 11

WP: Tommy Milone (1-1)

LP: Anibal Sanchez (0-2)

HR: Renato Nunez

Game Summary: Washington Nationals blown out by Baltimore Orioles, 11-0

By Patrick Reddington @federalbaseball Friday, August 7, 2020

Aníbal Sánchez was charged with five runs on 10 hits and the Baltimore Orioles scored 11 runs total on 19 hits in an 11-0 win in the series opener in Nationals Park.

Former Nats’ starter Tommy Milone held the Nationals in check over six scoreless innings and the O’s took the first game this season with their regional rivals. Full Story

GAME 2: Nationals: 3 | Orioles: 5

WP: Shawn Armstrong (1-0)

LP: Daniel Hudson (1-1)

S: Miguel Castro

HR: Juan Soto, Pat Valaika, Pedro Severino, Anthony Santander

Game Summary: Santander, Orioles rough up Nationals relievers, rally for win

By Bobby Bancroft - Associated Press - Saturday, August 8, 2020

Pat Valaika, Pedro Severino and Anthony Santander homered during a five-run rally in the eighth inning as the Baltimore Orioles roughed up Washington’s relievers and beat the Nationals 5-3 Saturday night. Full Story

GAME 3: Nationals: 2 | Orioles: 5



HR: Starlin Castro

Game Summary: Nationals' game against Orioles suspended due to to tarp mishap

By Matthew Paras - The Washington Times - Sunday, August 9, 2020

The Washington Nationals’ season has been filled with oddities and challenges through the first two weeks of MLB’s shortened campaign. The team’s record isn’t what it would like it to be. Several marquee players have missed time, either because of the virus or run-of-the-mill injuries. And because of postponements related to the pandemic, the Nationals have had all of their games so far at a near-empty Nationals Park with no fans in attendance.But a suspended game due to a tarp mishap? Full story

PHOTOS NOT FOR SALE -- shot for The Washington Times

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