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"Where do you go? Where do you look? You look at yourself first. Tonight it was me. Other nights everybody has had a chance to pull through or do the right things, and unfortunately for us it hasn't been that way too much. Talent is one thing, and not getting it done is another." --Ron Villone, Sept. 24, 2009.
THE RESULT:á Despite three different comebacks, the Washington Nationals eventually fell to the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers 7-6, before 22,432 at Nationals Park.á The game tool 3:41 to play, featuring nine pitching changes.
Washington's record falls to 52-100, the first team to 100 losses this season.
The Nationals, 59-102 last season, are the first NL franchise to drop 100 games in back-to-back years since the San Diego Padres, who lost 102 in ...

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