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28-17, 1st in NL East

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Anthony Rendon is locked in. The Nats 3B just wrapped one around the left field foul pole for his fourth homer in three games to give Washington a 1-0 lead over the Mariners in the fifth inning.

Rendon homers again (0:21)

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The Nationals placed OF Chris Heisey (right bicep rupture) on the 10-day DL and recalled OF Brian Goodwin from Triple-A Syracuse in a corresponding roster move. Goodwin, 26, has slashed .188/.235/.313 in 10 previous games with the big club this season.

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Kyle Schwarber's home run -- which left Wrigley Field and landed on Sheffield Avenue -- paced the league by 10 feet on Tuesday. Bryce Harper landed comfortably in second, followed by Michael Conforto, Kendrys Morales and Charlie Blackmon.

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Joe Ross has had no shortage of run support from the Nationals' offense. In his first four starts this season, the Nats have outscored opponents 62-22.

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Nationals RF Bryce Harper smashed another tape-measure shot on Tuesday night vs. the Mariners for his 14th home run of the season. When Harper dropped from 42 homers in 2015 to 24 last year, he hit his 14th on June 16.

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Nationals 3B Anthony Rendon has hit seven home runs this season yet Tuesday night's two-HR game vs. the Mariners is his second multi-homer game of 2017. He hit three on April 30 against the Mets.

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

It's been an odd offensive season for Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon. He homered twice Tuesday and knocked in five and now has produced five of his seven homers and 15 of his 28 RBI in only two games. In the other 40 games he's been pretty quiet! For those in roto leagues this is no big deal. Trust Rendon ends up with similar numbers as last year, as his team is certainly strong offensively, but the ride could be a bit more inconsistent.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Nats bats found their groove again in a 10-1 bludgeoning of the Mariners that featured four homers, including a pair by Anthony Rendon and back-to-back jacks by Jayson Werth and Bryce Harper. After scoring double-digit runs six times in April, this was the very time in May that Washington has gone for 10-plus.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The most impressive part of Joe Ross' performance against the Mariners tonight: Against left-handers, he afforded just two hits and no walks while striking out four, generating seven swings and misses and getting seven ground balls in their 14 trips to the plate. Entering tonight, he had allowed .306/.374/.469 rates to lefties in his career. Ross has surely earned himself another start for the Nationals, and he should earn a spot on your fantasy roster for it as well.

Harper's solo shot adds to Nationals' lead (0:20)
Rendon sends two long balls over the wall (0:41)

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This is the 5th time this season and 30th time in their careers that Mike Trout and Bryce Harper homered on the same day.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth just went back-to-back in the fourth to give the Nationals a 7-0 lead over the Mariners. Washington has also hit for the cycle in the inning.

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Revisiting preseason questions: Nationals

In mid-February, we wondered if GM Mike Rizzo would be able to solve the closer riddle. So far, Washington has used five different pitchers to record 12 saves as a team this season.

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Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg threw 11 strikeouts on Sunday, eight using a curveball.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2771st
On Base Percentage.3481st
Slugging Percentage.4771st
Earned Run Average4.3119th
Quality Starts29Tied-1st

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