Nationals Game Notes — Sept. 6 vs. Philadelphia

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Game No. 140: Washington Nationals (79-60) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (65-75) | 4:05 p.m. ET | Nationals Park
Pitching Match-Up: RHP Tanner Roark (12-9, 2.91 ERA) vs. RHP AJ Burnett (7-15, 4.40)
Philadelphia Phillies right-hander AJ Burnett joins Dillon Gee (2013), Josh Johnson (2009) and Derek Lowe (2009) as the only pitchers to make six starts against the Nationals in a single season.
Radio: 106.7 FM / 1500 AM  and also on (for subscribers to
TV: Today’s game will be televised on MASN

Of note:

  • Denard Span joined the 1,000-hit club via a first-inning single on Friday off Jerome Williams, before he added two more hits later in the game. Span became the ninth player to tally a 1,000th career hit in a Nationals uniform. The initial eight: Jayson Werth (2013),Ryan Zimmerman (2012), Adam LaRoche (2012), Adam Dunn (2009), Aaron Boone(2008), Cristian Guzman (2007), Alfonso Soriano (2006), Jose Guillen (2005). Of Span’s 1,002 career hits, 333 came as a National and 192 occurred at Nationals Park.

Here are the lineups for today’s match-up:


2 Denard Span (L) CF
6 Anthony Rendon 3B
28 Jayson Werth RF
25 Adam LaRoche (L) 1B
20 Ian Desmond SS
34 Bryce Harper (L) LF
40 Wilson Ramos C
3 Asdrubal Cabrera (S) 2B
57 Tanner Roark RHP

PHILLIES (65-75)

2 Ben Revere (L) CF
11 Jimmy Rollins (S) SS
26 Chase Utley (L) 2B
6 Ryan Howard (L) 1B
24 Grady Sizemore (L) RF
9 Domonic Brown (L) LF
21 Wil Nieves C
25 Cody Asche (L) 3B
34 AJ Burnett RHP

Here are today’s game notes, courtesy of the Washington Nationals PR department. Enjoy!

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