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Kyle Kendrick got a tough assignment tonight. He was handed a sloppy defense that made four errors (three on an especially not sharp Chase Utley) and for the most part didn't really hit much either. Yet over seven frames, Kendrick held the Nationals to five hits and one run. He...
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