⚾️⚾️ The Morning Briefing: Nats got no-hit, prospects show out
Good Morning Washington Nationals Fan,
Here are the latest headlines and analyses around the Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball for today, August 10th. My name is Haden Raymer and this is your morning briefing. The Nationals got no-hit.
Leading today’s Morning Briefing: Nats fail to record a hit
RHP Michael Lorenzen threw a no-hitter against the Nationals last night on 124 pitches. It was the first time the Nationals have been no-hit. It was also the first time the Nationals offense had been shutout since April 19th against the Baltimore Orioles.
All you can hope now is the Nationals bounce back and put up a good fight against Aaron Nola tonight to even the series.
Your Nats Report Player of the Game is Robert Garcia. He threw an inning without allowing a run. Tonight’s game starts at 6:40 p.m. on MASN2.
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Down on the Farm
The Rochester Red Wings lost 14-13 against the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs. Drew Millas went 2-3 with a double. Luis García continues to get knocks, going 2-5 with a double. Yesterday Kieboom went 0-4, but the day before he was 2-5. Travis Blankenhorn went 3-5 with a home run.
The Harrisburg Senators won 8-0 against the Akron RubberDucks. James Wood went 2-4 with a home run. Brady House went 2-4 with a double. Robert Hassell III was a triple short of the cycle. Trey Lipscomb went 2-4. Jacob Young went 2-5. Even Frankie Tostado and Brady Lindsly got two knocks.
The Wilmington Blue Rocks game against the Bowling Green Hotrods was postponed. The game before they were shutout 1-0.
The FredNats won 6-5 against the Lynchburg Hillcats. Yohandy Morales went 2-5. Andrew Pinckney stole a base. Maxwell Romero Jr. went 2-2. Marcus Brown went 1-2 with a stolen base and a walk. Roismar Quintana was walked three times. Dylan Crews went 0-5, but the day before went 4-5 with a grand slam.