Didn't we just do this on Sunday?
The Nationals are staring down a 10-run deficit for the second time in three days, and while it took their pitchers longer to create this one, they've also got less time to get out of it.
Scott Olsen is gone after allowing six runs on seven hits in two-plus innings. His fastball had little movement on it most of the night, and the Rockies hit him around, scoring two in the third and another four against Olsen in the third. They hung another four runs that inning on Tyler Walker, who's still in the game and in the midst of his second shelling of the year, and though the Nationals have three hits on Rockies starter Jorge de la Rosa, they've struck out five times and have been unable to score.