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Quick Notes: Game #84 / Road #39 lineups: Washington Nationals (29–54) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (43–38)
Game summary, lineups, and headlines as the Washington Nationals face the Philadelphia Phillies on July 6, 2022
Philadelphia – The Washington Nationals fell to the Philadelphia Phillies, 11-0, in the ﬁrst game of this three-game series on Tuesday night. Last night's matchup was the ﬁrst of 14 matchups between the two clubs over the ﬁnal 83 games of the regular season. Washington has been shut out just twice in 31 games dating to June 2. Tonight, RHP Josiah Gray will take the mound for the Nationals.
Washington Nationals (29–54) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (43–38)
RHP Josiah Gray (6–5, 4.22) | RHP Aaron Nola (5–5, 3.13)
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 |, 7:05 p.m. ET | Game #84 / Road #39
Citizens Bank Park | Philadelphia, PA
TV: MASN | Radio: 106.7 The Fan / Nationals Radio Network
Washington Nationals Game Notes
Josh Bell is 26-for-64 (.406) with seven doubles, one triple, five homers, nine RBI, two hit by pitch, 10 walks, and 12 runs scored in his last 18 games.
Juan Soto ranks among the best National League outfielders in several categories including the number of Walks, On-Base %, Home Runs, and OPS. Additionally, Soto has hit safely in eight of his last 10 games, going 9-for-26 (.346) with four doubles, one homer, two RBI, 11 walks, and eight runs scored during the streak.
Josiah Gray faces the Philadelphia Phillies on the road for the first time in his professional career. Tossed 6.0 one-hit, shutout innings on June 18 at Nationals Park. Gray faced the Phillies in his first start as a member of the Washington Nationals on Aug. 2, 2021, at Nationals Park (5.0 IP, 4 H, ER, 2 BB, 2 SO).