Originally posted on DC Pro Sports Report  |  Last updated 7/23/14
The Washington Nationals continue to play fine baseball.  Last night was another example.  The Nats rallied from a 3-0 and 4-2 deficit to defeat the Rockies 7-4.   The rally was capped off by a three-run bomb by Adam LaRoche that sealed the win for the Nationals.  With the win and a loss by Atlanta last night, the Nats improved to 55-43 and increased their NL East Division lead to 2 games over Atlanta. It wasn’t the best performance on the mound from Jordan Zimmermann.  Zimmermann tossed 5 innings and allowed 8 hits and 4 runs, while fanning 6 batters.  He departed after the fifth inning with a no decision start.  The Nats continued to get outstanding relief from their bullpen.  Craig Stammen (1-4), Drew Storen, Tyler Clippard, and Rafael Soriano combined for four shutout innings.  Stammen earned his first win and Soriano earned his 23rd save of the season. Down 3-0, Washington put two on the board in the fifth inning to cut the Rockies lead to 3-2.  Wilson Ramos drove in Bryce Harp...
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