Nationals' Tanner Roark: Rain-shortened start
Roark did not factor in the decision against the Phillies on Tuesday, allowing one hit over three scoreless innings. He struck out one and did not walk a batter.
Roark was the unfortunate victim of a 102-minute rain delay that spelled an early end to a promising start. The rain-shortened effort brings to an end a string of five straight starts with a win for the right-hander. The 31-year-old will next start Sunday against the Mets if the Nationals keep to their current scheduled rotation.
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