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Game 112 WPA: No control. Nats lose.

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So, Ross finally ran out of magic. Honestly, it could have been even worse. The bats gave no support, but I'm not going to tip my cap because I'm tired of that noise and they had their chances.

"Let's see, eight-letter word for, 'implosion'..." (Not an actual quote).
"Let's see, eight-letter word for, 'implosion'..." (Not an actual quote).
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Source: FanGraphs

(What do these graphs mean?)

  • Shelled: Joe Ross (-21.2%) runs out of luck, giving up 5 runs in 4.2 IP, with 4 walks (only one scored, oddly enough) and one strikeout. That's not a formula for success.
  • Some effort: Yunel Escobar (+3.7%) leads the WPA for the Nats tonight, going 2-4.
  • BABIP'd: Michael Taylor (-7.8%) is 0-4 with 3 LOB. Anthony Rendon (-6.9%) is 1-3 with 2 LOB.

This morning's WPA brought to you by a frank examination of personal goals: