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The Washington Nationals will try to build off an historic

Washington fell behind Miami 9-0 in the top of the fourth inning Thursday
night but rallied for an improbable 14-12 victory http://www.carolinapanthersteamonline.com/greg-little-jersey ,
snapping a five-game losing streak one night after a players-only meeting.

The win marked the largest comeback in Nationals’ history (2005-present) and
tied the Montreal/Washington franchise mark.

“This is what this team’s capable of,” Matt Adams, who went 4-for-5 in his
return from a fractured index finger, told MASN.com. “Tonight, we never gave up.
We got down big, and we just started chipping away. Put together some good ABs,
pitchers started getting outs, and things just kind of fell in sync for us.”

Shortstop Trea Turner hit a grand slam, a solo homer, and finished with eight
RBIs while raising his average to .280. He tied the MLB record for RBIs as a a
leadoff hitter as the Nationals improved to 43-43 with their 12th straight
defeat of the Marlins.

“Trea had an unbelievable day, so good for him Will Grier
,” manager Davey Martinez told MASN.com. “I’ve said this
before, but for me, he’s an All-Star.”

The Marlins (36-53) got home runs from Brian Anderson, Justin Bour and Martin
Prado, who was activated from the disabled list earlier in the day, as they
matched a record of their own — the largest blown lead in team history — after
jumping on Nationals starter Jeremy Hellickson.

“We didn’t help ourselves,” Marlins manager Don Mattingly told the Miami
Herald. “We played good defense. We didn’t make an error all night, but you
can’t walk eight guys with that club over there. We let them back in the game
and we couldn’t stop the momentum.”

Anderson’s three-run homer pulled Miami within 14-12 in the eighth

Rookie Pablo Lopez got a no-decision despite receiving nine runs of run
support in his second career start. He tossed five innings and allowed five
earned runs on five hits while striking out three and walking two.

“I didn’t have my best secondary stuff and they just started putting good
swings on my fastball,” Lopez told the Herald. “Hitters make adjustments and I
have to make mine trying to spin my breaking ball better and locate my

Left-hander Gio Gonzalez (6-5, 3.77) tries to turn Thursday’s win into a mini
streak for Washington on Friday night. The Nationals have lost his last four
starts with Gonzalez allowing 16 runs in 16 innings, though one start was
shortened by a rain delay. He is winless in his last six outings.

In his last start http://www.carolinapanthersteamonline.com/christian-miller-jersey ,
Gonzalez cruised through four innings of a no-decision against the Phillies
before coming apart in the fifth, allowing three runs to tie the game in a
40-pitch fifth inning that included three walks.

“He fell behind that inning, and that’s what happens,” Martinez told the
Washington Post. “When he falls behind and walks guys, bad things happen.”

Gonzalez is 10-3 with a 1.85 ERA in 16 starts versus Miami.

Marlins right-hander Dan Straily (3-4, 4.70) has allowed three or more earned
runs in each of his last five starts. In a loss to the Mets on Sunday, he gave
up three runs on five hits over seven innings.

Straily is 0-1 with a 4.03 ERA in five starts against the Nationals.

New York Giants have started the interview process for their head coaching job
by starting with the man who ran the team for the final month of a disastrous

Interim coach Steve Spagnuolo was interviewed by new general manager Dave
Gettleman, co-owner John Mara and assistant general manager Kevin Abrams
Wednesday, three days after the Giants (3-13) ended the season with an 18-10 win
over Washington.

Co-owner Steve Tisch will meet with the candidates later in the process.

Spagnuolo posted a 1-3 record after being promoted from defensive coordinator
to replace the fired Ben McAdoo on Dec. 4. He has head coaching experience,
having guided the St. Louis Rams from 2009-11.

The likable Spagnuolo, who was promised an interview after being the interim
coach Jordan
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, has had two tours as Giants defensive
coordinator. He held the position in 2007-08 and helped the franchise win a
Super Bowl. He returned in 2015 working the first year under Tom Coughlin and
being retained by McAdoo.

Spagnuolo also interviewed for the Giants head coaching job when Coughlin was
fired. The team decided to go with McAdoo, their offensive coordinator.

Spagnuolo also worked for Philadelphia, New Orleans and Baltimore.

This will be a busy week for the Giants. There are plans to interview Vikings
offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, Patriots coordinators Josh McDaniels and Matt
Patricia, Broncos assistant head coach/running backs coach Eric Studesville and
Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz.

They have asked the Panthers for permission to talk with defensive
coordinator Steve Wilks, but that cannot happen until Carolina finishes with the

Minnesota, New England and Philadelphia have first-round byes this week,
while Studesville can talk because Denver did not make the playoffs.

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