Now they just need to maintain their hot bats going forward.
"It’s magnified, of course, if you’re not scoring runs. It’s important for us to grind."
Since the all-star break, Washington is 7-12. Only five teams have fewer wins.
"We've got to keep smiling and keep laughing and try to have to some fun. We've got a long ways to go," Bryce Harper said.
The Nationals manager on being aggressive and turning things around.
Also, Stephen Strasburg must get through a bullpen session with no issue before a rehab start.
The Nationals lost a challenge in the fourth and, as a result, couldn't challenge a critical play in the sixth inning.
Matt Williams: 'It didn’t get caught. What are you gonna do? Move on to today.'
After a bewildering early season stretch that continued Tuesday night, the Nationals may be trying too hard.
The Nationals manager lost a mentor and friend Sunday when former Giants executive Al Rosen passed away at age 91.