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Nationals at Mets: Game 147 discussion thread


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Peacock allowed a hit to Kemp and the Dodgers rallied, but the appearance helped calm any nerves he had about coming to the majors. “After that first pitch,” he said, “it felt the same.” Peacock will not have a specific pitch count, but “I’ll have him on a short leash,” Manager Davey Johnson said.

He’ll face Mike Pelfrey tonight. If the Nationals win, they’ll move into a third-place tie with the Mets, a “race” Thomas Boswell discusses in a column for Thursday’s print edition. As always, talk about the game right here.

Adam Kilgore covers national sports for the Washington Post. Previously he served as the Post's Washington Nationals beat writer from 2010 to 2014.

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