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Sunday, May 25, 2008

BY THE NUMBERS

13

Consecutive games in which Washington outfielders had gone homer-less before Friday, when LF Wily Mo Peña hit his first of the season

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OpponentNationals

Pitchers

Opponents

Pitchers

TV
Today1:35vs. MilwaukeeTim Redding

(6-3, 3.16)

Manny Parra

(2-2, 4.40)

MASN2
Tomorrow1:35vs. MilwaukeeJason Bergmann

(1-1, 5.47)

Ben Sheets

(5-1, 2.92)

MASN2
Tuesday10:05at San DiegoShawn Hill

(0-1, 4.08)

Randy Wolf

(3-4, 4.76)

MASN2
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"I probably would have broken four helmets, five helmets, you know, probably five or six years ago. But I ain't got no broken bats, no broken helmets."

Elijah Dukes, on the frustrations of his .063 batting average

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Class AA Harrisburg outfielder Justin Maxwell, the organization's minor leaguer of the year last season, still needs another "100 games or so of experience" before he's major league-ready, his manager, John Stearns, said. Maxwell, who is hitting .246, has learned patience at the plate this season. He has seven home runs and a .386 on-base percentage and his 31 walks rank second in the Eastern League.


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