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Offense Fails to Support Harang in Loss to Nationals

Aaron Harang did his part on Sunday to give the Phillies a chance to take the series against the Washington Nationals. The offense did not. Harang went six innings and allowed just two runs, but the Phillies once again failed to score a crooked number during a 2-1 loss to end the series in D.C. Philly took a 1-0 lead in the fourth when Jeff Francoeur singled home Freddy Galvis with two outs, but he and Darin Ruf would late be stranded in the inning when Cesar Hernandez struck out, and the Phils would later waste three doubles off the bats of Ruf, Cameron Rupp and Grady Sizemore without plating another run despite the extra-base hits. Harang fell to 4-4 with the loss. Nationals starter Gio Gonzalez earned the win, going 6.1 innings while scattering seven hits and allowing one earned run and one walk with seven strikeouts. For more on this game, click here.

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