In the second Jose Lobaton homered with Danny Espinosa on base (Espinosa had doubled). In the 4th inning Adam LaRoche homers with Doug Fister and Jayson Werth on base. Then Scott Harriston homers in the 6th with Rendon on base.
The Post summed up the game really well:
Saturday afternoon, the Nationals moved back to .500 by thrashing the Rangers, 10-2, their second consecutive blowout and an emphatic departure from just two days ago, when they had lost six of seven games and their offense posted run totals in binary code — 1s and 0s. They knocked out Rangers starter Nick Tepesch after two innings, swatted a dozen hits, bashed four home runs to match their season high and won for the fourth straight start made by Doug Fister, whose presence has served as a team-wide elixir. Rather than wasting the momentum from Friday night, they added to it.
A great results on a great day to watch baseball!
|Tom wins the presidents race|
|Adam LaRoche is greeted at home plate.|
|Scott Harriston crosses home plate.|