WJBD Radio


Now Playing

Local Sports

WJBD - Local Sports - Nats lose game and All-Star hurler...Cards continue Brewers misery

Nats lose game and All-Star hurler...Cards continue Brewers misery

UNDATED (AP) - The Philadelphia Phillies' fifth straight victory was a double loss for the Washington Nationals.

     First, the Nationals lost the game 6-2 as all-time Phillies hit leader Jimmy Rollins homered twice. He drove in three runs. A.J. Burnett held the Nats to one run on five hits in his seven and two-thirds innings.

     Maybe more disturbing for Nationals fans was the loss of All-Star pitcher Jordan Zimmermann. He left abruptly in the middle of the fourth inning, suffering an apparent injury. Zimmermann called the Nationals training staff out after throwing a pitch to Cameron Rupp with one out in the fourth. Nationals manager Matt Williams said Zimmermann complained of a cramp in his bicep. He's scheduled for an MRI today.

     Williams said Zimmermann, who was picked to participate in his second straight All-Star game on Tuesday, probably will not make the trip to Minneapolis. 

     In other baseball finals:

     - San Francisco blanked Arizona 5-0. Tim Lincecum and two relievers combined on a five-hitter, and Lincecum drove in a run with a safety squeeze. The fireballer is 9-5 overall, but 4-0 in his last four decisions. Pablo Sandoval homered and drove in three runs.

     - The San Diego Padres built a 6-1 lead after six innings and doubled up the L.A. Dodgers 6-3. Alexi Amarista hit his third homer.

     - The defending NL champion St. Louis Cardinals continued Milwaukee's misery while moving within one game of the NL Central-leading Brewers. The Cards rallied from a 6-0 deficit to beat the Brewers 7-6 on Matt Holiday's line-drive homer off Francisco Rodriguez in the ninth. The Brewers have lost six straight, and 10 of 11.

     - Cincinnati rallied from a 5-1 deficit to edge Pittsburgh 6-5. Brayan Pena's pinch-hit single in the eighth inning completed the rally.

     - Seattle edged AL West-leading Oakland 3-2. Felix Hernandez and Fernando Rodney combined on a six-hitter. Robinson Cano broke a sixth-inning tie with a run-scoring double. Hernandez is 11-2 with Rodney getting his 27th save.

     - The Baltimore Orioles shaded the New York Yankees 3-2 for their ninth win in 11 games. Manny Machado led off the 10th inning with a double and scored on a one-out single by Nick Hundley. Baltimore has gone to extra innings in three of its last five games and won in the 10th, 11th and 12th innings.

     - Cleveland beat the Chicago White Sox 7-4. Nick Swisher and Dave Murphy homered for the Tribe.

     - The L.A. Angels handed the slumping Texas Rangers their sixth straight loss, 3-0. Garrett Richards allowed five hits over seven innings to extend his personal winning streak to seven decisions. He's 11-2 overall.

     - Anibal Sanchez tossed seven stingy innings, Ian Kinsler and Miguel Cabrera drove in runs and the Detroit Tigers squeaked out a 2-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals.

     - Boston erupted with five runs in the sixth inning and beat Houston 8-3. Rookie Christian Vasquez got his first three major league hits and drove in three runs.

     - Colorado topped Minnesota 6-2. Troy Tulowitzki and Drew Stubbs each hit two-run homers to help Jorge De La Rosa win his 10th game.

     - Steve Tolleson's two-run single snapped a ninth-inning tie and helped the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-5.

     - David Wright went 4 for 4 with a mammoth homer, Lucas Duda also hit a long two-run shot and the New York Mets routed Miami 7-1.

     - Justin Ruggiano hit an RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning that sent the Chicago Cubs over the Atlanta Braves 5-4 in a day game at Wrigley Field.

See other LocalSports news:

Gyorko's 9th-Inning RBI Gives Padres 2-1 Win Over Cardinals
Home Runs, Koehler Lift Marlins to 2-1 Win Over Cubs
Herrera's Bunt, Blast Leads Cubs Over Feeble Mets for Sweep
Cardinals Fire Scouting Director Correa Amid Hacking Scandal
Caps Get Sochi Shootout Star Oshie from Blues For Brouwer

This Site logo