May 4, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Washington Nationals relief pitcher Rafael Soriano (29) and Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos (40) celebrate after defeating Pittsburgh Pirates after the ninth inning at PNC Park. The Washington Nationals won 5-4. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Week In Review: April 28th-May 4th

This week was a good one for the Nats, as a split in Atlanta and a series win in Pittsburgh gave the Nats a 4-3 road trip. The Nats will head home as winners of four of their last five, taking Monday off before playing two games against Detroit. In case you missed it, here’s the week in review:

Sunday, April 28th

Haren And Harper Lead The Nationals To Win Over The Reds

Moments That Mattered: Haren And Harper Lead The Way

Week In Review: April 21st-27th

Monday, April 29th

Cingrani Stifles Nats, Reds Avoid Sweep

Moments That Mattered: Early Runs Sink Nats Again

Tuesday, April 30th

Ten Hits Yield Two Runs As Nats Do Just Enough To Lose To Atlanta

“Bryce Begins” Airs Tuesday Night On ESPN

Moments That Mattered: Clippard Cracks, Offense Flails

Nationals Dominated By Hudson’s Bat And Arm, Fall To Braves 8-1

Wednesday, May 1st

Moments That Mattered: A Good Ole Country Beatdown

Lineups: Zimmermann Looks To Lead Rebound

Thursday, May 2nd

Nationals Finally Take Down Braves

Moments That Mattered: The Zim Reaper Returns

Lineups: Nats Look To Salvage Split In Atlanta

Harper And Werth In Lineup Vs Atlanta; Zimmerman Expected Back Friday

Friday, May 3rd

Haren And Span Lead Nats To Victory Over Braves

Moments That Mattered: Haren Redeems Himself

Saturday, May 4th

It’s The Pitts: Pirates Shut Down Nats In Series Opener

Moments That Mattered: Offense Still Weak Despite Zimmerman’s Return

Lineups: Batting Order Shaken Up In Search Of Runs

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