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Denard Span

Nationals Get To Harvey Early, Top Mets 7-2

WASHINGTON — Clint Robinson's two-run double to deep center was the biggest blow as the Nationals jumped on Mets starter Matt Harvey for five runs in the first three innings Monday night, and NL East-leading Washington beat second-place New York, 7-2. A day after leaving 25 men on base and going 1-for-26 with runners in scoring position in an 18-inning victory at St. Louis, the Mets' troubled offense left 10 men on and went 1-for-10 with runners in scoring position. In fact, it was Harvey (8-7) who drove in both of New York's runs with a bases-loaded single in the fourth off Gio Gonzalez (7-4). Dialing up his fastball to 99 mph, Harvey retired the last 14 batters he...