Jun 9, 2012, 7:49 PM EST
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Danny Espinosa reached base three times last night from the right side of the plate.
BOSTON — Halfway through Friday night's game, Danny Espinosa could do no wrong. He had stepped to the plate three times and reached safely three times. He'd doubled twice, walked once, driven in a run and stolen third base.
"I feel like no one can get me out," he said. "I feel pretty good. I have a good approach up there. I know what I can hit, and I know what I can't hit. I feel good."
All of this, of course, came against left-hander Felix Doubront. Once the Red Sox brought in a couple of right-handed relievers later in the game, Espinosa fell back into his old habits and went 0-for-2.
This is just the way things have gone this season for the Nationals' switch-hitting second baseman. From the right side of the plate, he'sRead more »
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