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#1 Post by aburt19 » May 1st, 2017, 2:00 pm

The Nationals are averaging 6.8 runs a game, more than 1 run a game more than any other team. Should pitchers
facing Washington be reserved just like pitchers scheduled to pitch at Coors Field?

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Re: Washington Nationals

#2 Post by Todd Zola » May 1st, 2017, 2:13 pm

aburt19 wrote:The Nationals are averaging 6.8 runs a game, more than 1 run a game more than any other team. Should pitchers
facing Washington be reserved just like pitchers scheduled to pitch at Coors Field?
Not unequivocally. Zimmerman and Harper are in a zone right now. We're noticing it because it's the first four weeks. Teams have a strong 4 weeks stretch all the time. We're just seeing this since it's all we can see.

I'd be cautious for now, things will flip.
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