WASHINGTON — The Washington Nationals lost to the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-3, Monday to move to 12-15. Here are five observations from the game. 1. Rough stuff for Patrick Corbin. Monday’s six-run fifth inning emphatically ended his stretch of quality starts. corbin allowed five of those runs when six consecutive batters reached in the inning.
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No Patrick Corbin, no problem for Yankees manager Aaron Boone. Boone said Wednesday on ESPN’s The Michael Kay Show that he’s happy with the current look of the Yankees rotation after the top free.
The Yankees want to get out from under Jacoby Ellsbury’s remaining contract, so of course it makes sense to trade him if the opportunity arose. However, if the swap brings Robinson Cano, the result.
With the Phillies ready to spend "stupid" money and White Sox fully capable of making a splash and other teams in the mix, the Yanks have seemingly placed limits on their individual spends on free.
Rough six-run fifth for patrick corbin dooms Washington Nationals in 6-3 loss to St. Louis Cardinals. by: Patrick Reddington – SB Nation: Federal Baseball 30 Apr Patrick Corbin tossed four scoreless innings, then a 32-pitch, six-run fifth ended his outing in what ended up a 6-3 loss to the Cardinals in Nationals Park.
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The benches and bullpens briefly cleared in the eighth after Eric Sogard slid into St. Louis shortstop Yairo Munoz, who caught a wide throw on a bunt play in the eighth. Cardinals. NATIONALS 2.
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Patrick Corbin tossed four scoreless innings, then a 32-pitch, six-run fifth ended his outing in what ended up a 6-3 loss to the Cardinals in Nationals Park.