The Nationals' right-hander hits another speed bump, shut down for at least two weeks by a strained left oblique.

The Nationals right-fielder said he doesn't know if he'll get in trouble for using the bat, but it worked pretty well for him.

The Nationals' right-hander had held the Giants scoreless into the fourth before leaving the game.



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