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Date of game: 7/1/2014
Game Log
Top Inning 8
Corey Dickerson walked. Runner on first with two outs and Josh Rutledge due up.

Top Inning 8
Charlie Culberson struck out swinging. None on with two outs and Corey Dickerson due up.

Top Inning 8
Brandon Barnes struck out swinging. None on with one out and DJ LeMahieu due up.

Top Inning 6
Josh Rutledge singled to center. Runner on first with one out and Justin Morneau due up.

Top Inning 6
Corey Dickerson grounded out second to first. None on with one out and Josh Rutledge due up.

Top Inning 5
Brandon Barnes grounded out pitcher to first. None on with one out and DJ LeMahieu due up.

Bottom Inning 4
Adam LaRoche grounded out second to first. On the play, Jayson Werth advances to third. Runner on third with two outs and Ryan Zimmerman due up.

Bottom Inning 4
Anthony Rendon doubled to left scoring Stephen Strasburg and Denard Span. Runner on second with one out and Jayson Werth due up.

Bottom Inning 4
Stephen Strasburg doubled to right. Runner on second with one out and Denard Span due up.

Bottom Inning 1
Denard Span walked. Runner on first with none out and Anthony Rendon due up.

Top Inning 1
Josh Rutledge struck out looking. None on with two outs and Justin Morneau due up.

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