WASHINGTON – The World Series champion Washington Nationals is 1-4, losing three games in a row. Usually? Not very. But it’s more important in the 60-game-shortened pandemic season.
The missing slip Juan Soto overcame a total of four rides on the ski, including a 5: 1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday. This included two strikers facing two errors at Toronto’s Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s home. second basketball player Starlin Castro, after which the third duration of the game was three unpaid runs and one shot to Washington.
“The longer season gives me time to feel these things,” said Nationals ‘short-lived Trea Turner, who was caught stealing a sixth after noticing one of Gaffes̵7; managers, Dave Martinez. “Now it’s really magnified.”
There is no doubt that the absence of Soto is a big deal. Since the positive COVID-19 test, it has not been present since the day of opening.
“We really missed him,” Turner said, “and we need him.”
Martinez agrees, but he also wanted to drop the scoring questions because, as he said, “The hit will come and go.”
Other problems had more anxiety for the captain, who turned this club after it opened in 2019, marking 19-31.
“General game. Defense. Extraordinary image. We have to fix it. We have to play better,” he said. “We have to play better. We can’t make those mental mistakes. These are mental mistakes for me. And we will achieve them. Sometimes when you try to create something, do everything that happens, start rethinking or analyze too much., I just try to do something aggressively. I want these guys to just relax and play baseball. Just have fun. “
The Associated Press contributed to this report.