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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Next Three

TimeOpponent

Nationals

Pitchers

Opponent

Pitchers

TV
Tonight7:10vs. N.Y. Mets

Shairon Martis

(0-2, 2.70)

Brandon Knight

(0-0, 6.43)

MASN
Tomorrow7:10vs. N.Y. Mets

Tim Redding

(10-9, 4.54)

Johan Santana

(13-7, 2.70)

MASN
Friday7:35vs. San Diego

Collin Balester

(3-6, 4.54)

Jake Peavy

(9-11, 2.77)

MASN,

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GAMES ON WWWT (107.7 FM, 1500 AM) TONIGHT; WFED (1050 AM) BEGINNING TOMORROW

PERSONNEL DEPT.

C Jesús Flores was back in a walking boot to stabilize his sprained left ankle. Flores hadn't been wearing the boot recently, but his slow recovery from the injury prompted trainers to suggest he go back to the boot. He hasn't ruled himself out for the rest of the year and will play winter ball in Venezuela.

BY THE NUMBERS

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Consecutive scoreless innings pitched by left-handed reliever Mike Hinckley, who entered the game with two runners on and one out in the bottom of the eighth last night but got the Nationals out of the inning unscathed

QUOTABLE

"We're playing not to make 100 losses."

Utility player Willie Harris


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