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Nationals' Game 2 starter still up in the air, Baker says

On the eve of the National League Division Series, Dusty Baker insisted that the Washington Nationals have not decided who will start Game 2. “We’re not trying to hide anything from you,” the Nationals manager said. Max Scherzer starts Game 1. And Game 2? “It would be easy if we had [injured Stephen]...
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