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Friday, July 01, 2005


Cordero: Saved 15 Games in June . . . Guzman, Church, Vidro and Ohka news

Tied with Lee Smith (who did it with the Cardinals in 1993) and John Wetteland (1996 Yankees) with 15 saved games in June. Cordero's record currently stands at 2-1 0.87 ERA and has 28 total saves (25 straight, a franchise record). Nationals.com article; Washington Post.com's article.

Other News:
Guzman hurt, Carroll will replace him in the series against the Cubs (starting today at 2:20pm; ESPN stat pack; Nationals.com information about the game).
Church placed on DL, Eischen likely coming off DL.
Career minor leaguers Rick Short was promoted and will play 1B, he had been leading the minors with a .381 average, but is known as a poor defensive player.
Vidro reportedly started a rehap assignment with the Nationals single A team in Prince William County, the Potomac Nationals.

Final All-Star vote, normal on-line voting is closed, but a final vote July 3-6 will be allowed for people that have mobile phones and internet access through those phones, so don't forget to vote.

Remember Ohka, traded to the Brewers for Spivey (Nationals 10-5 since the trade)?
Ohka has pitched three games for the Brewers since the trade. First Game: 9 IP, 9 Hits given up, 6 SO, Won. Second Game: 6.2 IP, 9 Hits given up, 4 ER, 2 HR, 1 BB, 4 SO, Lose. Third Game: 5 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 3 HR, 4 SO, No decision.

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