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Washington +1.5
Los Angeles -1.5

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Community Picks: Washington 59% vs LA Dodgers 41%

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Kenta Maeda pitched six innings of one-hit ball, and Joc Pederson hit a pair of home runs as the Los Angeles Dodgers rebounded for a 5-0 victory against the visiting Washington Nationals on Friday. Maeda walked two and struck out six one night after the Nationals rolled to a 6-0 victory to end Los Angeles' 10-game home winning streak. Pederson homered leading off for the Dodgers in the first inning, but Nationals starter Anibal Sanchez seemed to settle down from there. Continue to Article
May 11, 2019 1:26:am EST
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Nationals Roundup: Gerardo Parra makes Nationals debut vs. Dodgers originally appeared on After claiming a 6-0 shutout win Thursday, the Nationals continued their four-game set in LA against the Dodgers Friday night. Here's the latest Nationals and Dodgers news: Player Notes: NATIONALS: Gerardo Parra got his first start in a Nats uniform Friday night after signing with the team earlier in the week. Parra batted fifth and played in left field. Continue to Article
May 10, 2019 11:35:pm EST
It's been almost a year and a half since Dusty Baker managed a professional baseball team. After winning 97 games with the Washington Nationals in 2017, Baker's contract was not renewed after the team lost in the National League Division Series. If it was up to Baker, he would still be the team's manager today. Continue to Article
May 10, 2019 5:24:pm EST
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James Loney has announced his retirement from baseball at the age of 35. Loney had been playing for the Sugar Land Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League. Loney's best full season probably came in 2011 when he hit .288/.339/.416 with 12 homers for the Dodgers. Continue to Article
May 10, 2019 2:08:pm EST
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US President Donald Trump welcomed the 2018 World Series champion Boston Red Sox to the White House on Thursday but several star players and the manager skipped the visit to protest his policies. "Congratulations on your incredible victory," Trump said in brief remarks, during which he did not make any references to the absent members of the team. He said the Red Sox, who beat the Los Angeles Dodgers four games to one in last year's World Series after winning 108 games during the regular season, were a "very special team." Continue to Article
May 09, 2019 8:14:pm EST
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