Jul 4, 2012, 4:14 AM EST
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Even Jordan Zimmermann contributed to the Nats' offensive onslaught Tuesday night.
There was a time — not all that long ago, really — when the Nationals fielded a lineup that if lucky might scrape together just enough runs to make a fantastic pitching performance hold up.
That was one week ago. It only feels longer.
These days, the Nationals lineup can't stop scoring runs in bunches. With a 9-3 drubbing of Tim Lincecum and the Giants Tuesday night, they extended their recent offensive barrage and made it clear they're no longer a team that relies solely on its pitching staff.
"If they keep hitting the way they're hitting now, I don't see why we can't just run away with this in the second half," right-hander JordanRead more »
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