The Nats are on a winning streak!
That's right, one win for a team that only has five on the season qualifies as a streak.
For the first time all season, a pitcher other than Jordan Zimmerman and Shairon Martis recorded a win. This hurler was Scott Olsen who pitched 5 2/3 innings, giving up only one run with 6 SO and 2 BB.
Olsen was not the only player to have a big day though. The bullpen, who has frankly been atrocious thus far this season, held the Phillies scoreless after Olsen left the game.
Similarly, Ryan Zimmerman hit safely in his 18th straight game, a team record and the longest such streak in the majors thus far this year.
The games result, which was preceded by terrible losses, is indicative of the Nats young club. They will lose a devastating game 13-11 one night and come back two days later and look great winning 5-1.
Still, Nats fans should not rejoice once. The team still is not good and this win came when Brett Myers was on the hill for the Phils.
Phillies fans, you know what I'm talking about. He's....not good.