Last night, the Nationals' offense put up 18 runs.
The offensive outburst secured a Nats series win for the first time since their mid-June matchup with the Orioles and only the 2nd series win since May. It was the third straight win since they held a closed-door team meeting.
The next day, manager Davey Martinez met with media to talk about some of his biggest takeaways from the win:
Dave Martinez didn't like Severino's bat flip last night. Said he's fine with the emotion from guys who hit a lot of them, but "when you have two, that doesn't play."
— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) July 8, 2018
Severino hit his homer in the 5th inning, with the Nats holding onto a four-run lead:
And here's The Toss that's breaking the unwritten rules:
When you know, you know, ya know? pic.twitter.com/LiVuvdf8aM
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) July 8, 2018
Don't enjoy your homers too much, kids.
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