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Monday, July 28, 2008

The Next Three

TimeOpponent

Nationals

Pitchers

Opponent

Pitchers

TV
Tomorrow7:10vs. Phillies

Collin Balester

(1-2, 5.75)

Brett Myers

(3-9, 5.82)

MASN2
Wednesday7:10vs. Phillies

Tim Redding

(7-5, 3.98)

Jamie Moyer

(9-6, 3.76)

MASN
Thursday7:10vs. Phillies

John Lannan

(6-10, 3.33)

Kyle Kendrick

(8-5, 4.70)

MASN

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PERSONNEL DEPT.

Since arriving in Class AAA Columbus, 2B Emilio Bonifacio, acquired last week in a trade with Arizona for closer Jon Rauch, has proven to be "exactly what we thought we were trading for," GM Jim Bowden said. Bonifacio's fast start includes seven hits in his first 12 at-bats along with six runs scored and three walks. Still, those numbers haven't yet opened the door to the big leagues. Bowden said Washington won't promote Bonifacio until he will have the opportunity to play every day.

BY THE NUMBERS

15

Games in which Washington has been shut out this season

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"We were pretty much overmatched."

Hitting coach Lenny Harris


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