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NEW YORK -- Once a dominant Matt Harvey departed, the Washington Nationals took turns teeing off. Custom Cleveland Cavaliers Jerseys . Ryan Zimmerman lined a tying, three-run double in the eighth inning and Ian Desmond sliced a go-ahead double in the ninth, rallying the Nationals over the New York Mets 6-4 Friday night. "That mightve been our biggest win of the year," Nationals manager Davey Johnson said. Harvey struck out 11 and left with a 4-1 lead after seven innings. It was the latest gem for a pitcher who could start the All-Star game on the same Citi Field mound next month. But he was pulled after 109 pitches, and then Washington broke loose. A bunch of hitters contributed to the comeback, which pushed the Nationals back over .500. "Everybodys been down on what theyre capable of doing," Johnson said. "This is a good jump-start." Zimmermans bases-loaded double came with two outs against Brandon Lyon, the third of four Mets relievers in the inning. Naturally, Zimmerman was glad to see Harvey out of the game. "I think youd rather face anyone now except him," he said. "Just because he leaves, it doesnt make the other guy easier to hit." Sure looked that way, though. "Its easy to sit here right now when weve lost the game to look back at the seventh or eighth inning and say you shouldve left him in or shouldve made this move or that move. Its a very easy thing to say," Mets manager Terry Collins said. Collins put down any suggestion that Harvey shouldve kept pitching. "Yeah, I couldve left him in. No doubt about it. I couldve let him throw 150. Decided to take him out. I thought he had enough," he said. Roger Bernadina got things going in the eighth with a leadoff single against David Aardsma. Josh Edgin, Lyon and Scott Rice later pitched in the inning, which included a key two-out double by Denard Span and a walk to Anthony Rendon. "Its a nine-inning game. We started feeling it," Bernadina said. Jayson Werth, who had struck out in all three at-bats against Harvey, hustled for a leadoff double in the ninth against closer Bobby Parnell (5-4). Desmond doubled down the right-field line and later scored on a sacrifice fly by Kurt Suzuki. Tyler Clippard (6-1) won in the relief and Drew Storen got his second save. The Mets lost after arriving back in New York at 4:30 a.m. after a one-day trip to Denver for a makeup game caused by an April snowout. Harvey, however, had flown back home from Chicago on Wednesday night to rest up, and he was plenty ready. The bullpen, meanwhile, was ragged after a 7-4 road trip to four cities. "Its baseball. Those guys go out and pitch every single day and pitch their butt off," Harvey said. "Today just happened to be one of those days." Harvey retired the first 14 batters before Desmond homered with two outs in the fifth. The right-hander permitted just three hits, raised his NL-leading strikeout total to 132, dropped his league-best ERA to 2.00 and didnt issue a walk. Josh Satin doubled twice, singled and drove in two runs for the Mets. A crowd of 28,363 turned out to see the team with worst home record in the majors. But theres a different buzz when Harvey pitches, and fans quickly began clapping in hopes of a strikeout when leadoff man Span fell into an 0-2 hole. Harvey fanned him, too. Harveys fastball hit 99 mph on a wet evening. Desmonds 14th homer came an inning after his error gave the Mets a lead. David Wright lined a double off Zimmermans glove at third base to open the fourth and Marlon Byrd followed with a grounder that Desmond bobbled and threw away, ending the shortstops 59-game errorless streak and allowing Wright to score. Desmond lofted a long fly over the left-field wall with two outs in the fifth, tying it at 1. The Mets scored twice in the fifth when Byrd hit an RBI double and Satin singled home a run off Ross Detwiler. Satins RBI double in the seventh made it 4-1. NOTES: Mets RHP Zack Wheeler will make his home debut Sunday, with lots of family in attendance. Collins said the rookie and pitching coach Dan Warthen had worked on a few things to make Wheeler more comfortable on the mound. Wheeler certainly sounded unfazed as he settled in at Citi Field. "Big league clubhouse, big league field," he said. ... The Nationals will promote RHP Taylor Jordan from Double-A Harrisburg to make his big league debut Saturday. He is 9-1 with a 1.00 ERA in Double-A and Class-A this season, and has been picked for the All-Star Futures Game at Citi Field next month. Johnson said he thought Jordan would get at least two-three starts in the majors. INF Chris Marrero will be sent down. ... OF Bryce Harper (left knee bursitis) is on track to rejoin the Nationals when they host Milwaukee on Monday. ... 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Rosol, who lost in the final in Stutje t'aimeart against Roberto Bautista Agut on Sunday, awaits the winner between Philipp Kohlschreiber or 2011 champion Gilles Simon.LOUDON, N.H. -- Brad Keselowski will start the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship the way he ended the first one -- out front. Keselowski turned a track-record lap of 140.598 mph Friday to win the pole at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Keselowski is coming off consecutive victories at Richmond and the Chase for the Sprint Cup opener last week at Chicagoland. He swept the Cup and Nationwide races at New Hampshire in July. The Team Penske driver has five poles this season and leads the series with five victories. He has eight poles in 189 career Sprint Cup starts. "This kind of track is kind of right in my wheelhouse, right in our teams wheelhouse," Keselowski said. "We had this race circled before the Chase started and we felt decent about Chicago, but really felt like this was a race of emphasis for us to get a win and get out of the first bracket." Jamie McMurray, a non-Chase driver, was second. Chase drivers took the next seven spots. Kevin Harvick was third, followed by Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano, Carl Edwards and Ryan Newman. Chase drivers Ryan Newman, Dale Earnhardt Jr and Jeff Gordon took 11th to 13th. Kurt Busch is 15th, Matt Kenseth 16th and Kasey Kahne 17th. Aric Almirol starts 22nd and Greg Biffle had the worst qualifying effort of any Chase driver and will start 26th. Tony Stewart will start 28th in the No. 14 Chevrolet, his second-worst qualifying run of the season. Stewart was in the car for the first time since he learned a grand jury will decide his fate in the fatal sprint car crash in upstate New York. Kyle Larson was 10th and was the fastest qualifying rookie. "I dont think anybody has anything for Brad right now," Larson said. &"Its pretty amazing how fast he is everywhere we go. J.R. Smith Jersey. ." Larson finished third at Chicagoland and one of NASCARs top rookies still believed he could finish the season with his first career Sprint Cup win. Many of NASCARs elite drivers, from Jeff Gordon to Tony Stewart, have long been wowed by the natural speed, talent and versatility flashed by the 22-year-old Larson. Gordon even came over to Larson last week moment after the race ended to offer some advice on restarts. Gordon -- and so many others -- believe Larson will win soon. Especially Larson. "Yeah, every race I will sit in the motorhome and watch TV and flip to Twitter. Everybody always says this is your weekend," Larson said. "I believe them, but it kind of sucks when you dont win. But I definitely feel like we are really close. We have been close a couple of times this year." Keselowski is trying to become the first driver to repeat at New Hampshire since Kurt Busch in 2004 and would end a streak of 13 different winners in the last 13 races at NHMS. Keselowski has four (Phoenix, Dover, Kentucky) of the 19 track records set this season. Keselowskis win in the Chase opener guaranteed him a spot in the next round of the Chase. Under NASCARs elimination format, four drivers will be knocked out after every third race. Keselowski is the top seed in the 16-driver field. Keselowski might be the No. 1 seed, but he knows an upset can always rattle the bracket. "Its positive momentum," he said, "but when it resets it resets and nothing that youve done in the past really matters as long as youre eligible for the bracket. Im a long, long ways from using the word favourite or feeling overly confident." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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