With help from a starter, Dave Martinez manages to get 12 outs from his bullpen

Washington Post Sports 3 weeks ago
Patrick Corbin works an efficient sixth before Tanner Rainey, Daniel Hudson and Sean Doolittle navigate the last three innings of Game 1 win.

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