The Nationals put up double digit hits in back to back games. Im kind of upset that this is a big deal, but I also am pumped. We absolutely RAKED in the mile high city last year and we went on a tear after that series. The only question is... will that performance in the double-header push us over the hump? I'm hesitant to say yes to this question though I think it could very well happen. Here's why: After Lombo's Walk off win, practically everyone was like, "This was great win and it will push us over and now the Nats are gonna really start to win. I don't know if people were forgetting this fact.... but we put up only 3 runs in that game. Only one before the ninth. Against the mets. A Mets team who is 21st in the majors in ERA. We didn't exactly, "turn a corner" after that win. We lost by 9 to Mets and then lost a tough one in extras to the twins. So forgive me if I'm hesitant to think that this is going to get better. I am optimistic about it. But not fully. But I think if we go into Denver and win the series against the first place rockies, THEN I will really believe in this team. Unfortunately we have our worst pitcher for game 1, probably Ross Ohlendorf for game 2, and then Gio for the Finale. against one of the best hitting teams in baseball, in one the easiest parks to hit in baseball. We basically have our starting lineup for position players except bryce and kind of wilson ramos. So the nationals need to hit, hit, and hit some more in Colorado. Rendon is the real deal, The shark had a great game on Sunday, and dez is on a tear. I feel good about this road trip. 3 hitting ballparks, Indians, and Phils are struggling, and We need wins. Its Time, Nats. Its time for those 15 wins in the next 19 games. Get it done.