Marlins' Jose Urena: Goes distance in win over Nationals
Urena (4-12) allowed one run on two hits and two walks in a complete-game win Sunday against the Nationals. He struck out four.
Urena threw 66 percent of his pitches for strikes and kept the ball down to great effect, recording a whopping 14 groundball outs to silence the home team. He allowed a run on two hits in the third inning but allowed just two baserunners during the rest of this dominant outing. This was Urena's first start since returning from a suspension for intentionally hitting Ronald Acuna of the Braves, and it appears his arm responded well to the additional rest. Despite his hefty 4.50 ERA on the season, the right-hander has shown flashes of excellence and will look to build on this gem next weekend against the aforementioned Atlanta club.
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