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In one night, team ERA goes from 1.92 to 2.54The Nats had won 10 games and been competitive in their other three, losing twice by one run and once in the extra innings. They were overdue for a loss, and with an ERA of 1.92, their light-out pitching staff was overdue for a shellacking as well. They got both in an 11-4 loss to Houston, which scored five runs off Edwin Jackson before making its...

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