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Ranger Suárez won the first of the year

Pitched fine against the Nationals to extend their unbeaten run to 6-0 over Washington

Lefty Ranger Suárez won his first victory of the year in his fifth start of the season, allowing eight hits and one run in seven innings, in the Philadelphia Phillies' victory over the Washington Nationals 11-3, in a game played against 29.546 people in the National Park.

The Venezuelan, who left his record at 1-2 with a 5.74 ERA, struck out three and walked one. He threw 101 pitches, 66 striking out to a total of 28 batters he faced.

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Suárez remains undefeated for life against the Nationals with a 6-0 record with a 3.56 ERA in 12 outings, including five starts, over six major league seasons.

The 27-year-old sinister has pitched 37.1 innings against the United States and has allowed 36 hits, including three home runs and 13 earned runs. He also has struck out 29 and walked 11.

Ranger looked very solid on the mound this Sunday, just as he did in the World Series when he won Game 1 over the Houston Astros by throwing five scoreless innings in which he allowed just three hits on November 7 of last year in the win 0-XNUMX.

The lefty for life has a record of 26 wins and 17 losses in 117 games and 49 starts in the Majors.

On the National side, shortstop Ildemaro Vargas from Monaco stood out, going 4-for-2 (.320) with a double (3), two RBIs (10) and a run scored.

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