Nationals-Mets discussion thread: Game 59


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Sometime earlier this month, Susan Johnson, Davey’s wife, was asked what she thought about his scruff. “Oh, jeez!” she replied. Maybe no one benefited more from the Nationals’ first walk-off win of the season than Susan: The occasion convinced Johnson to finally shave his scraggly, white goatee.

The Nationals still need to get their offense on track after managing a measly three runs in a game Jeremy Hefner started. They’ll face Dillon Gee tonight, with Dan Haren on their side. They enter tonight tied for second place after the Phillies won this afternoon — if they lose, they’ll fall into third. Talk about the game right here.

Adam Kilgore covers national sports for the Washington Post. Previously he served as the Post's Washington Nationals beat writer from 2010 to 2014.
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