In an effort to reduce the contact opponents have been making this season, Nationals starting pitcher Dan Haren changed his strategy for Monday's start against the Phillies and decided to attack the corners of the strike zone, according to CSN Washington. The results, unfortunately, weren't much better.
Haren allowed at least four runs for the seventh time and tied a season-high with three walks. Haren...
Nationals starting pitcher Dan Haren surrendered four earned runs on seven hits and three walks in six innings Monday against the Phillies, striking out three in a no-decision.
Haren had allowed five earned runs in each of his previous two starts, so Monday's performance marked a slight improvement. He takes a 4-8 record and 5.72 ERA into Tuesday's meeting with the Rockies.
If you have not already done so, it is well past time to let go of Dan Haren. I have been one of the biggest Dan Haren fans for some time. He encompasses all I like to see from a pitcher, or at least he did when he was good and healthy. He is extremely
Nationals starting pitcher Dan Haren's troubles with home runs came to a head in the fifth inning of Tuesday's game against the Rockies.
Haren kept the Rockies' offense at bay for the first four innings of the game, but he came apart in the fifth. Haren walked the first batter and then gave up a two-run home run to Tyler Colvin, and then he allowed a two-out, three-run home run by Carlos Gonzalez...