The cure for what ails the Nats

It took Mark Hendrickson exactly three batters to become the first Dodgers starting pitcher to give up a run since, well, Mark Hendrickson on Saturday night against the Cubs. He gave up two of them , in fact, on a two-run homer by Ryan Zimmerman with one out, and Hendrickson was lucky he didn’t give up more because the Nats left runners on the corners. Dodgers went quickly in the top of the inning against Micah Bowie. Nationals 2, Dodgers 0, top 2

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