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Thursday, June 26, 2008

The Next Three

TimeOpponent

Nationals

Pitchers

Opponent

Pitchers

TV
Tomorrow7:35vs. Baltimore

Odalis Pérez

(2-5, 4.09)

Daniel Cabrera

(5-3, 4.46)

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WDCA-20

Saturday7:10vs. Baltimore

John Lannan

(4-8, 3.34)

Garrett Olson

(5-3, 5.01)

MASN/

WDCA-20

Sunday1:35vs. Baltimore

Jason Bergmann

(1-5, 4.60)

Jeremy Guthrie

(4-7, 3.64)

MASN

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PERSONNEL DEPT.

C Jesús Flores was lifted into the No. 4 batting spot for the first time all season. He's the sixth player Washington has used as its cleanup hitter this season. . . . Class A Potomac 1B Chris Marrero, Washington's 2006 first-round pick, underwent surgery yesterday to repair a fractured right ankle. The injury, which happened last week, will force him to miss the rest of the season. He is expected to be healed by spring training.

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Errors by the Nationals in their past three games

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"I was looking at the stats. The guy who leads our team in RBIs is Lastings Milledge, but [Flores has one fewer] RBI than he does in [162] fewer at-bats. For all the losses we take, those things sometimes ease the pain."

Manager Manny Acta, on Flores


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