Outfielder Willie Harris played the hero as he hit a walk off, two-run, homer against the Blue Jays in the bottom of the 12th Saturday night, giving the nats the 5-3 victory and their fourth in a row.
The four game winning streak is the Nationals longest of the year, and may very well mark the turning point for this so far dreadful season.
Ross Detwiler continued the trend of great starting pitching for the Nats tonight. The young lefty pitched seven full innings, allowing six hits and two earned runs. Detwiler threw only 99 pitches and 65 of them were for strikes.