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Nationals Vs. Marlins: Washington Bats Will Try To Regroup

The Washington Nationals offense cooled off last night, only putting up three runs in a 5-3 loss, but the Nationals will look to rebound in game two of the series against the Miami Marlins. Edwin Jackson (1-2, 3.38 ERA) takes the mound for the visitors, while Anibal Sanchez (2-3, 2.87) will be pitching for Miami.

Neither Jackson nor Sanchez have had much success as of late. Jackson hasn't won a start since mid-April, while Sanchez has lost his last three starts. Jackson hasn't pitched against Miami since 2010, and Sanchez is 7-0 in 18 career starts against Washington.

Bryce Harper, who went 1-for-4 last night, will extend his hitting steak to nine games with a hit tonight.

The game is set to begin at 7:10 p.m., and it will be televised on MASN2.

For more Nationals coverage and conversation, visit Federal Baseball. For the Marlins perspective, check out Fish Stripes. For news and updates from the Nationals series in Miami, stay tuned to this StoryStream from SB Nation DC.