Nationals Vs. Orioles: Baltimore Grabs Early 4-0 Edge After Three Innings

One night after a 2-1 loss in the first game of the series against the Baltimore Orioles, Ross Detwiler took the mound for the Washington Nationals, as they looked to even the weekend set. After three innings at Nationals Park, those hopes don't appear as if they're about to materialize, as the Orioles lead 4-0. Meanwhile, Detwiler has given up six hits, one walk and four earned runs.

Baltimore grabbed two runs in the second before a two-run homer from Adam Jones in the top of the third inning gave it a four-run cushion.

Washington is currently amid a two-game losing streak.

We'll have plenty more on this series throughout the weekend here on SB Nation DC, so keep it locked to this StorySteam for all the latest news and updates as they become available. For more on this series and all things Washington Nationals baseball, please head over to Federal Baseball. You can also check out Camden Chat, SB Nation's Baltimore Orioles blog, for some perspective from the other dugout. As always, check out the SB Nation Major League Baseball hub page for more infer on this and all MLB series.

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