In a span of two pitches, the Washington Nationals turned what could've been a tight loss into an uplifting win.
Bryce Harper and company are one dangerous bunch on the road.
Matt Wieters hit a tiebreaking grand slam off Carl Edwards Jr. in Washington's five-run eighth inning, helping the Nationals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-4 on Sunday.
"We're kind of a MASH unit out there but everybody is contributing," Washington manager Dusty Baker said. "That helps a lot when you can take two out of three without your top starters. ... That was a big game for us to win."
Harper started the go-ahead rally with a one-out infield single against Mike...