Candelario drives in two as the Nationals beat the Angels 6-4

Jeimer Candelario and CJ Abrams each had two RBIs and the Washington Nationals had 14 hits in a 6-4 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Monday.

All of the starting batters had a hit for the Nationals, who won their third game of four. Candelario tied it with a two-run single in the fourth and Abrams’s groundout in the fifth tipped the balance in the visitors’ favor.

Hunter Renfroe homered for the third straight game and Luis Rengifo hit a two-run double to lead off the game for the Angels, who were off-pitching and on defense and lost back-to-back games for the first time this season.

Patrick Corbin (1-2) pitched five innings of seven-hit ball for Washington and allowed four runs to win. Kyle Finnegan pitched the ninth for his second save.

Corbin was far from dominant, but his teammates punished Los Angeles pitchers José Suarez and Tucker Davidson (0-1), who took the loss.

Mike Trout broke Garret Anderson’s franchise record by scoring his 523rd run at Angel Stadium. Trout has come to the plate in every game this season, as have Shohei Ohtani and Taylor Ward.

For the Nationals, the Mexican Joey Meneses 5-2. The Venezuelan Keibert Ruiz of 5.1 with a run scored. The Dominican Víctor Robles 3-2 with an RBI.

For the Angels, Venezuelan Luis Rengifo went 4-2 with a run scored and two RBIs. Colombian Gio Urshela 4-1 with an RBI.


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