Originally posted on MyTeamRivals.com  |  Last updated 9/5/13
Roy Halladay is just impossible to figure out right now. He came off the disabled list nearly two weeks ago, pitched great, then got hit around in his last start this past weekend. Tonight’s start was somewhere in between, as Halladay allowed just one run to the Nationals over six innings, but Washington was able to get to the Phillies’ bullpen in the end and pull out a 3-2 victory following a strong outing by starter Jordan Zimmerman, and aided by third baseman Ryan Zimmerman and second baseman Steve Lombardozzi. Washington jumped on Roy Halladay in the first inning for a run, coming off an Adam LaRoche sacrifice fly after Halladay walked three batters. The Phillies responded in the second inning, with tonight’s leadoff man, Cesar Hernandez, lacing a double to drive in two runs in the second inning. Hernandez has been playing with a renewed energy in the two games since he was brought up as part of September callups. Tonight, he would go 2-3 with the aforementioned double and 2 RBI...
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