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Sunday, May 4, 2008

PERSONNEL DEPT.

3B Ryan Zimmerman played in his 370th game as a National, passing former C Brian Schneider and setting a record. Zimmerman has started all 31 of the team's games, and has played in 204 consecutive games dating from Sept. 16, 2006. Only Atlanta outfielder Jeff Francoeur has a longer active streak (354 games headed into yesterday). . . . C Paul Lo Duca started his first game since coming off the disabled list Friday, going 1 for 3 with a walk. He also had a pinch-hit single Friday and is hitting .231.

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Time

OpponentNationals

Pitchers

Opponent

Pitchers

TV
Today1:35vs. PittsburghTim Redding

(3-2, 3.55)

Ian Snell

(2-1, 4.93)

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Tuesday8:05at HoustonShawn Hill

(0-0, 3.50)

Shawn Chacon

(0-0, 3.32)

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Wednesday8:05at HoustonTBARoy Oswalt

(3-3, 5.57)

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BY THE NUMBERS

44

Hits out of the leadoff spot for the Nationals this season, a total that tied them with the Dodgers for the NL lead prior to Los Angeles's late game

QUOTABLE

"Don't want to jinx it."

Jon Rauch, who has successfully saved his last five opportunities while filling in for injured Chad Cordero, a span in which he has a 1.04 ERA


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