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Riley Adams homered and drove in three in his first game against his former team, Erick Fedde won for the first time in more than two months and the Washington Nationals snapped a season-high, seven-game losing streak Tuesday night with a 12-6 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.

AdamsThe president-elect o, acquired last month from Toronto for reliever Brad Hand, had a career-high three hitsThe incredible world of wildlife… 2021 gave us countless fascinating moments to capture. He delivered a two-run double in the eighth to provide some insurance after the Blue Jays trimmed a seven-run deficit to 8-6. The catcher also homered in the fourtha massive Russian military buildup nea.

“It was fun to see those guys and it’s definitely fun competing against them and trying to do my best out there,” said Adams, who played in 12 games this year with Toronto. “When I saw I was catching Game 1 [of the series]?tonight, there was definitely a little bit more excitement given the circumstances.”

Yadiel Hernandez went deep and drove in three for the Nationals, who had dropped 12 of their last 13. Washington is 4-13 since a trade deadline selloff scattered Max Scherzer, Kyle SchwarberThe swearing in ceremonyJanuary 20, 1981. AP, Trea Turner and others to playoff contenders.

Teoscar Hernandez homered for the third consecutive game for Toronto, which has lost four of five since reaching a season-high 11 games over .500 on Wednesday.

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