All three in-season Washington pro teams, the Nationals, Capitals and DC United, defeated their New York counterparts on the road yesterday.


Nats Enjoy a Sunday Stroll in New YorkThe Post
Zimmermann shows promise in Nats’ winThe Wash. Times
In Flushing Meadows, Queens, RHP Jordan Zimmerman won for the second time in as many starts, giving up only a first inning run over 5 1/3 innings. Along with Shairon Martis, the rotation’s two rookie starters are responsible for all four Nats wins this year.

C Jesus Flores knocked in the first three runs in a 8-1 rout over the Mets at Citi Field. Oliver Perez took the loss for New York.


Rout Gets Caps HomeThe Post
SALLY JENKINS – Rangers Have Gone From Winning to WhiningThe Post
Capitals get second chance to advanceThe Wash. Times
Poti shines – much to the dismay of Rangers fansThe Wash. Times
On the island of Manhattan, the Capitals forced a game seven with another big win over the Rangers, in Madison Square Garden. In three wins the Capitals scored at least four goals and won by no less than two. In all three Rangers wins, they won by 1 goal. All that matters is that the Caps score one more goal than the Rangers tomorrow.


Emilio, Pontius Score Late To Lift United to Road WinThe Post
Pontius learning on the flyThe Wash. Times
In East Rutherford which is actually in the great state of New Jersey, DCU scored two last minute goals to win 3-2.

Author: WFY

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