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Game 127 WPA: Regression is mean. Nats 3, SF 10

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The Nats continue to struggle against their old nemesis. Get 'em tomorrow.

You didn't let it get away, but it got away.
You didn't let it get away, but it got away.
Greg Fiume

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Via Fangraphs (click to embiggen)

  • A rare stinker (for him): Doug Fister (-23.6%) gives up a pair of dingers, allowing 4 runs over 6 IP with 3 Ks and a walk.
  • Still involved: Jayson Werth (+12.7%) is 2-4 with a leadoff solo shot in the 4th to get the Nats within one (+12.4%).
  • Speed never slumps: Anthony Rendon (+8.7%) is 1-3 with a walk and is the front end of a double steal in the 1st (+9.9%)--with Adam "Wheels" LaRoche (-5.3%) on the back end, of course.
  • Technically not a meltdown: Jerry Blevins (-5.7%) gives up 2 runs in 2 IP with 2 Ks and a walk.

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