Posted by Steve Elliott on Aug 04 2002 at 05:00PM PDT in 2019 Season
With a playoff berth already clinched, most teams would have looked past a struggling Lifetime Financial squad. The Nationals, however, are unlike most teams. Demonstrating crisp defense and a methodical offense, the Nationals cruised past Lifetime Financial by scores of 11-1 and 10-0. Chris Marks started things off in game one with a first inning home run. The RBI's, Marks' 31st and 32nd of the season, temporarily gave him the team's season record. The short lived record, though, was broken by Trevor Koepp, who doubled home two runs in a 7 run fourth inning. Koepp secured the team RBI record in convincing style during the game two victory. Koepp knocked in 6 more runs with three hits, including a two run homer. Jim Dettman and Nick Kibler earned victories on the hill for the Nationals, limiting Lifetime Financial to a combined 5 hits. Please check out the team's final regular season stats for more details on the most potent offensive club in the franchise's 27 year history.


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