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Washington at Philadelphia

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Washington (13-34)010003000460
Philadelphia (26-20) «01310000x5161

Phillies 5, Nationals 4

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PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Phillies must love facing Washington pitchers.

Shane Victorino had four hits and the Phillies tied a season high with 16 hits in their 5-4 victory over the Nationals on Friday. It was the second straight win for Philadelphia, 8-2 against the Nationals this season.

The Phillies have reached double-digit hits in seven of their eight victories over Washington, while averaging 12.75 hits in those wins. Overall, the Phils have averaged 11.4 hits in 10 games against the Nationals this season.

"Sixteen hits is a good indication we will score a lot of runs if we keep hitting the ball like that," Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said. "Our offense, when all is said and done, we're going to score some runs."

Washington has lost four straight to drop to 13-34.

Jimmy Rollins had two hits and two RBI, Raul Ibanez, Jayson Werth, Pedro Feliz and Carlos Ruiz also each had two hits, and every Philadelphia position starter had at least one. The Phillies stranded 13 runners while going 3-for-16 with runners in scoring position.

J.A. Happ (3-0), making his second start of the season and seventh of his career, went 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on three hits while matching his career high with five strikeouts. All three of the left-hander's wins -- two in relief -- this season are against the Nationals.

"He was very aggressive and I thought he did a good job," Manuel said. "I liked the way he threw. He pitched aggressive and moved the hitters."

Happ, who began the season in the bullpen, said his confidence as a starter is growing.

"Yeah, definitely," he said. "I felt pretty good and was able to mix it up more. My goal is to go a little deeper than I did today."

Brad Lidge pitched a scoreless ninth for his 10th save.

Ross Detwiler (0-1), making his third career start, gave up 10 hits and five runs in four innings. In his previous two starts, he allowed four runs (three earned) and five hits in 11 innings while holding batters to a .125 average. The Phillies had no such trouble against the rookie left-hander, especially in the third inning when they scored three runs on four hits.

"The bottom line pretty much speaks for itself, I got the ball up and they hit the ball hard," Detwiler said. "The great pitchers make adjustments and today I didn't make the necessary adjustments."

"He left the ball up in the zone," Nationals manager Manny Acta said. "That is a good hitting ball club and they hit him around a bit."

Overall, though, Acta was pleased with the rookie's outing.

"It's still encouraging," Acta said. "The one thing we were worried about was him throwing strikes. He threw strikes and we're happy with his start."

Detwiler threw 68 pitches, 46 for strikes.

Victorino led off with a single and went to third on Utley's double before Ibanez drove both home with a single. After the second out, Feliz tripled home Ibanez. Philadelphia scored the winning run in the fourth inning when Utley's groundout plated Rollins, who led off with his second double of the game. The run gave Philadelphia 5-1 lead, but Washington came back with three runs in the sixth.

Josh Bard and Anderson Hernandez drove in runs in the inning for the Nationals.

"We battled back and made it interesting," Acta said.

Josh Willingham led off the second with a homer for Washington.

Notes

Nationals catcher Jesus Flores had a setback while rehabilitating his bruised right shoulder and will see Dr. James Andrews on Monday. ... The Nationals purchased the contract of right-handed reliever Mike MacDougal from Triple-A Syracuse, where he had two saves with a 3.24 ERA in 8 1/3 innings. MacDougal pitched Friday, allowing a hit and striking out one in a third of an inning. ... Phillies right-hander Brett Myers will have hip surgery, and could miss the rest of the season. General manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said Myers has a torn labrum and no date has been set for surgery. Myers was examined by Dr. Bryan Kelly in New York on Friday and Kelly recommended the surgery. The Phillies placed Myers on the 15-day DL after Friday's game and called up left-handed reliever Sergio Escalona from Triple-A Lehigh Valley.

 
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Players of the Game
Philadelphia

S. Victorino
AB 5
R 1
H 4
HR 0
RBI 0
Washington

J. Willingham
AB 2
R 2
H 2
HR 1
RBI 1
 
Washington Nationals
Cristian Guzman, SS5000010 .329
Nick Johnson, 1B4010111 .335
Ryan Zimmerman, 3B3110111 .333
Adam Dunn, RF4000013 .276
Josh Willingham, LF2221000 .243
Josh Bard, C3111102 .190
Anderson Hernandez, 2B4011014 .277
Justin Maxwell, CF4000033 .125
Ross Detwiler, P1000010 .000
   a- Austin Kearns, PH0000100 .213
    Jason Bergmann, P0000000 .000
   b- Ronnie Belliard, PH1000001 .162
    Ron Villone, P0000000 .000
    Mike MacDougal, P0000000 .000
    Joe Beimel, P0000000 .000
    Julian Tavarez, P0000000 .000
   c- Willie Harris, PH1000000 .257
Totals3246349  
a-walked for Detwiler in the 5th
b-lined out for Bergmann in the 6th
c-flied out for Tavarez in the 9th
Batting
2B - Josh Bard (4, Durbin)
HR - Josh Willingham (7, Happ)
RBI - Josh Willingham (10), Josh Bard (5), Anderson Hernandez (12)
CS - Nick Johnson (1, 2nd base by Happ/Ruiz)
Team LOB - 7
Fielding
DP - A. Hernandez-Guzman-N. Johnson
Washington Nationals
Ross Detwiler (L,0-1) 41055120 4.80
Jason Bergmann 1100010 4.82
Ron Villone 1200000 0.00
Mike MacDougal 0.1100010 11.57
Joe Beimel 1.1200110 4.66
Julian Tavarez 0.1000000 5.59
IBB - Ruiz by Ross Detwiler
HBP - Ruiz (by Mike MacDougal)
Pitches-Strikes - Ross Detwiler 68-46, Jason Bergmann 13-10, Ron Villone 11-7, Mike MacDougal 9-5, Joe Beimel 30-17, Julian Tavarez 3-3
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Ross Detwiler 5-5, Ron Villone 2-1, Joe Beimel 1-1, Julian Tavarez 1-0
Batters Faced - Ross Detwiler 23, Jason Bergmann 4, Ron Villone 5, Mike MacDougal 3, Joe Beimel 6, Julian Tavarez 1
Philadelphia Phillies
Jimmy Rollins, SS5120005 .227
Shane Victorino, CF5140001 .293
Chase Utley, 2B5111003 .286
Ryan Howard, 1B5010015 .261
Raul Ibanez, LF4122101 .343
Jayson Werth, RF5120003 .259
Pedro Feliz, 3B4021012 .312
Carlos Ruiz, C2021100 .299
J.A. Happ, P3000025 .000
    Chad Durbin, P0000000 .333
    Scott Eyre, P0000000 .000
   a- Greg Dobbs, PH0000000 .135
   b- John Mayberry Jr., PH1000013 .222
    Ryan Madson, P0000000 .000
    Brad Lidge, P0000000 .000
Totals39516525  
a-announced for Eyre in the 7th
b-struck out for Dobbs in the 7th
Batting
2B - Jimmy Rollins 2 (12, Detwiler, Detwiler), Chase Utley (7, Detwiler), Ryan Howard (13, Beimel), Carlos Ruiz 2 (9, Detwiler, Bergmann)
3B - Pedro Feliz (1, Detwiler)
RBI - Chase Utley (32), Raul Ibanez 2 (46), Pedro Feliz (26), Carlos Ruiz (10)
2-OUT RBI - Pedro Feliz (13)
SB - Jimmy Rollins (8, 3rd base off Detwiler/Bard)
Team LOB - 13
Fielding
E - Jayson Werth (1, Misplayed grounder)
Philadelphia Phillies
J.A. Happ (W,3-0) 5.1333351 3.00
Chad Durbin (H,4) 0.2210010 4.50
Scott Eyre (H,8) 1000000 3.18
Ryan Madson (H,10) 1100110 2.70
Brad Lidge (S,10) 1000020 8.44
HBP - Willingham (by J.A. Happ), Willingham (by J.A. Happ)
Pitches-Strikes - J.A. Happ 96-62, Chad Durbin 26-18, Scott Eyre 5-4, Ryan Madson 20-11, Brad Lidge 17-10
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - J.A. Happ 4-6, Scott Eyre 1-2
Batters Faced - J.A. Happ 23, Chad Durbin 4, Scott Eyre 3, Ryan Madson 5, Brad Lidge 3
Game Information
Attendance - 45202
Game Time - 3:00
Temperature - 69
Umpires - Home - Hunter Wendelstedt, First Base - Brian Knight, Second Base - Dana DeMuth, Third Base - Doug Eddings