Ross (4-3) got the win Wednesday, striking out nine over 6.2 innings while allowing one run on five hits and a walk against the Nationals.

The only mark on Ross' ledger was a Matt Adams solo home run to lead off the seventh inning, but otherwise the 31-year-old was in total command. He induced 18 swings-and-misses en route to striking out nine to run his K/9 up to 9.5. Ross has picked up a quality start four times in five May starts -- allowing two runs or fewer in all -- and will take a tidy 3.13 ERA into his next start Tuesday against the Marlins.

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