With last night's win, the Washington Nationals have won 11 in a row against Miami, 15 of the last 16 with the Marlins, and 15 of 18 overall in the 2019 season series against their divisional rivals, with one more to play today in South Florida. “They don't quit,” Davey Martinez said after the Nationals battled back after blowing the late lead in Miami. A night after a 6-4 win in which they scored four of six runs on home runs, two of them by Trea Turner, and a two-run blast by Asdrúbal Cabrera, the Nationals scored 10 without any homers on Saturday night, with 16 hits combined, seven of them in 19 at bats with runners in scoring position. Ryan Zimmerman and Victor Robles singled to start the 10th, and Brian Dozier hit a one-out RBI single after coming on for an injured Asdrúbal Cabrera late in the game.
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