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Harper homer, Taylor’s GW-RBI lifts Nats past Padres 2-1

Harper homer, Taylor's GW-RBI lifts Nats past Padres 2-1

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Washington (AP) - Bris Harper led his NL's 15th homer of the season and held a double-play career to win the game in Michael Taylor's ninth, the Washington National on Tuesday night in San Diego Padres 2 Defeated - 1.

The youngest player in the head, Juan Soto, arrived at the base of the four batters at the start of his second career. 1

at 9 years old, came to the ninth inning with his third outing, Wilmer finished second in Groundnut for Dito and Matt

Stram (0-2) against the fact scores hit Taylor with the center field wall.

Taylor also threw a runner on the plate for the final out in the sixth inning with a score of 1-1.

Shaun Doolittle (2-2) hit the team in ninth place.

Harper.'s explosion, his second in two games, went straight to the center at 433 feet. This star Eric Loire scored the only race in six innings.

After. entering the series of three home games for the Dodgers, Washington has won two games in a row.

Jeremy Hellickson had five hits in one race and five 1/3 innings in San Diego. He threw a pitch after a double by José

Pirella in the sixth before starting from the manipulation injury.

Reliever Wonder Suuoro switched to Helikson and recorded one before Franklin Reyes' solo center surrendered.

Receiver Pedro Severino threw Taylor and put Pirela on the plate, but the runner stayed safe at first. Washington challenged the move and reversed the decision.

The Loire started its sixth race, scattered six hits and scored seven races.

Soto was chosen as the only one in the second possibility, but was chosen for the first time from the base. He built a

three-run home win 10-2 on Monday in San Diego and reached six times for eight plate appearances in two starts.

Franchy. Cordero Padres stayed at home.

Training. room

Parents: Hunter Renfro (right elbow) for Triple-El Paso on Monday was 1-K-3 for nine innings. He is killing 150 (3 to

20) during his rehabilitation work. ... C. Austin Hedges (right elbow) played nine innings for El Paso on Monday, with

a career in his first rehab game, he scored 0 runs for 3 runs. . Director of Andy Green to resume what is being said

about Will Myers (tense diagonal) baseball activities. Myers was placed on the disabled list on April 29 and this season he only played 10 games.

National: 1B Ryan Jimrmn, had 50 changes on Monday 10th list of injured right-handers under stress, manager

Davey Martinez said. . Martinez said rain and a serious illness prevented other bassists Daniel Murphy (right knee surgery) from attending a prolonged spring training.

The next

Padres: RHP Tyson Ross (3-3, 3.15 ERA) to maintain a high five runs of the season in six innings and record the May 7 loss against Washington.

National: Martinez did not announce a headline for the competition on Wednesday before Tuesday's game.

Currently, RHP Eric Fedeade is the initial candidate with Triple-A Syracuse.

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