Good, Bad, and Ugly: Washington Nationals Beat Philadelphia Phillies 4-1
Olsen (1-3, 6.08) went five and two-thirds, allowing just a single run on Shane Victorino's third home run of the season. He gave up six hits and two walks, striking out six.
Garrett Mock and Kip Wells followed with two and one-third innings of scoreless relief, and Tavarez got two groundball outs before finally striking out Victorino to end the game. It was Tavarez' first save since May 28, 2006.
Anderson Hernandez was the hitting star, going 3-for-4 with two RBI. Ryan Zimmerman extended his hitting streak to 18 games, longest in the majors this year, and longest in the five-year history of the Nationals.
Mock and Wells walked three guys between them in two and one-third, but didn't give up a hit.
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