Anthony Rendon's Stick is Not Enough to Pull the Nationals Over the Braves

Sun, Jun 23, 2019 | Emma Botos

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June 22, 2019 -- The Nationals take a home loss against the Braves, 9 to 13.

Nationals's best hitter, Anthony Rendon, could not lead his team to beat the Braves. The team's leading slugger had a 0.648 slugging percentage in the game. He had a game batting average of 0.317. With 3 at bats, he had a game 0.412 OBP.

Juan Soto's leadership for the Nationals was not enough for a loss against the Braves. The Nationals hitter had 4 RBI and scored 0 runs in the home outing. Leading the team in slugging for the game, he had a 0.529 slugging percentage. The hitter had a 0.402 OBP with 4 at bats. At the plate, the hitter had 0 strikeouts. In the game, he had a 0.307 batting average.

The Nationals starter Anibal Sanchez could not led the defense to allow the offense to pull off the win. A 4.02 ERA and 0.315 OBP in the appearance against Braves. The Nationals starter allowed 6 hits and 1 walk. He gave up 4 earned runs over 6.0 innings pitched. He pitched for 6 Ks.

Posted at Sun, June 23, 2019 09:53:31 MST