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ATLANTA -- Freddie Freeman insists the Atlanta Braves have no special insight when playing the Washington Nationals. "I dont know if its about getting in their heads," Freeman said. "You just want to go out there and win series. It doesnt matter who its against." Freeman and Justin Upton each hit a two-run homer off Gio Gonzalez and the Braves completed a three-game sweep of the Nationals with a 10-2 victory on Sunday. Beating Washington for the 18th time in the last 25 series matchups, Atlanta is hoping to use another fast start against the Nationals to win a second straight NL East title. The Braves have won five of six against the Nationals this year. "We have a 19-game stretch against division opponents," Freeman said. "This is where you can get off to a good start and get off to a good lead and hopefully well keep playing well when we get to" Philadelphia to begin a four-game series Monday. Washington began the day by placing third baseman Ryan Zimmerman on the 15-day disabled list with a broken right thumb. Hell be out four to six weeks. With Zimmerman and leadoff hitter Denard Span sidelined, the Nationals lineup managed just five hits off Aaron Harang (2-1), who allowed one run, one walk and struck out five in six innings. Gonzalez (2-1) continued his struggles against the Braves, giving up nine hits, six runs and four walks and striking out six in six innings. Despite ranking second in the majors among left-handers with 34 wins since the start of 2012, Gonzalez is 2-7 with a 5.31 ERA in 10 starts against the Braves during that span. He hasnt received more than one run of support in any of his seven winless starts against Atlanta. "We were catching bad breaks," Gonzalez said. "We were making some big mistakes, and as a starting pitcher youve got to learn to adjust and keep the ball down." Harang, making his 322nd career start and third with the Braves, improved to 2-4 with a 3.72 ERA in 10 starts against Washington. Gus Schlosser, Atlantas fourth pitcher, gave up Adam LaRoches third homer in the ninth to make it 10-2. Ross Detwiler, Washingtons second pitcher, allowed four unearned runs in the eighth on Freemans RBI double and Andrelton Simmons first homer, a three-run shot that put the Braves up 10-1. Gonzalezs struggles began in the first. After walking leadoff hitter Jason Heyward, Gonzalez made an errant underhanded throw to first baseman LaRoche on B.J. Uptons bunt single. The ball rolled away from LaRoche, allowing Heyward to advance to third and B.J. Upton to second. Freemans sacrifice fly scored Heyward, and Justin Upton homered to make it 3-0. Over his last six games, Justin Upton is hitting .590 with four homers in 22 at-bats. "We know what were capable of and what we want to achieve," Justin Upton said. "If everybody can contribute every day, I think well be fine." Atlanta added three more runs in the second. Tyler Pastornicky led off with a triple and scored on Heywards RBI double. Freeman followed with his fourth homer to give the Braves a 6-0 lead. Washingtons first run came on Jose Lobatons RBI groundout, scoring Kevin Frandsen from third to make it 6-1 in the fifth. Freeman, who has hit .470 in his last 34 at-bats, avoided a scare in the fourth when Gonzalezs 92 mph fastball hit the outer right side of his right hand. Like the rest of the day, everything seemed to go Atlantas way. "It pinched my pinkie into the bat," Freeman said. "It was more a scare than an injury. I got really lucky. I think if I didnt choke up, Im done. By choking up, it got some fat right there. I kind of lucked out, I think." NOTES: Washington RF Jayson Werth returned after a sore groin forced him from the lineup on Saturday. Werth went 0 for 4 with two strikeouts and stranded three runners. ... Simmons hit in the No. 5 spot for the first time in his career, going 2 for 5 with three RBIs. ... Nate McLouth was supposed to start in CF and bat second for Washington, but manager Matt Williams said he tweaked his left knee while shagging flyballs during batting practice and was held out. ... Nationals LF Steven Souza Jr. made his major league debut in the seventh as Frandsen moved to second base and Danny Espinosa left the game. Souza struck out in the eighth. ... The Nationals called up INF Zach Walters from Triple-A Syracuse to take Zimmermans spot on the 25-man roster. Walters struck out as a pinch-hitter to end the game. ... Span, on the seven-day DL with concussion symptoms, missed his second straight game. Nike Air Max 97 On Sale . The Arena das Dunas in the northeastern city of Natal sustained minor damage during the protests, but demonstrators stayed away on Sunday and officials said the stadium passed its first test, with only minor adjustments needed going forward. Cheap Air Max 97 All Pink China . -- Quarterback Josh Johnson has returned to the San Francisco 49ers and his former college coach, Jim Harbaugh. http://www.cheapairmax97fromchina.com/ch...97-green-china/. "Uuufff," was all shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria could come up with after Stantons latest mammoth shot. Cheap Air Max 97 All Red China . - Anthony Beauvillier had the winning goal in the third period as the Shawinigan Cataractes edged the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2-1 on Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. Cheap Air Max 97 Grey China . According to MMAFighting.com, MacDonald needs an x-ray on his right ankle and doctors clearance to fight or he will be subject to a mandatory medical suspension that will end on August 22, 2014.The new-look Vikings enjoy some success, Steve Smith burns his former team, emerging talent at tight end, Rivers, Eli, Rodgers, Luck and more in Scott Cullena€?s 20 Points on NFL Week Four. 1. Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater (19-for-30, 317 YDS) was outstanding in his first NFL start, a win over Atlanta. His preferred target was WR Jarius Wright (8 REC, 132 YDS, 10 targets) RB Matt Asiata (100 YDS, 3 TD, 23 touches), ahead of Greg Jennings and Cordarrelle Patterson. Bridgewater did suffer a sprained ankle, which does dim the lights a little, but that doesnt take away from the immediate positive results. Minnesotaa€?s running game also got a jolt from rookie Jerick McKinnon (152 YDS, 19 touches), who complemented Matt Asiata (100 YDs, 3 TD, 23 touches) nicely. 2. Along with McKinnon, other rookie runners getting some touches include Titans RB Bishop Sankey (57 YDS, 1 TD, 8 touches) and Giants RB Andre Williams (66 YDS, 1 TD, 15 carries). 3. Ravens WR Steve Smith had a monster performance (7 REC, 139 YDS, 2 TD, 10 targets) against his former team, Carolina. While Smitha€?s production has come at the expense of Torrey Smith, Ravens QB Joe Flacco (22-for-31, 327 YDs, 3 TD) cana€?t be complaining. He has a proven playmaker putting up big numbers a€“ Steve Smith ranks third in the league with 429 receiving yards and his 107.3 receiving yards per game is a career high. 4. Tight end has been quite a position for emerging talent this season. Bears TE Martellus Bennett (9 REC, 134 YDS, 11 targets) now ranks third among tight ends with 295 receiving yards. With injuries hindering the Bearsa€? wide receivers, Bennett is rising to the challenge. The only two tight ends with more receiving yards than Bennett are the expected Saints TE Jimmy Graham (340 YS) and the less-expected, Titans TE Delanie Walker (317 YDS). While wea€?re on breakthrough tight ends, Giants TE Larry Donnell (7 REC, 54 YDS, 3 TD, 8 targets) had another productive game against Washington and ranks fifth in receiving yardage at 236. 5. Chargers QB Philip Rivers (29-for-39, 377 YDS, 3 TD) continued his strong play with an expected big day against Jacksonville. Forever linked to Rivers by their draft day trade, Giants QB Eli Manning (28-for-39, 300 YDS, 4 TD, 1 INT) is bouncing back after a rough start to the season. In wins over Houston and Washington the past two weeks, Manning has completed 73.1% of his passes, while throwing just one interception. 6. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (22-for-28, 302 YDS, 4 TD) got on track with a big game against the Bears and when Rodgers is on, that means good things for WR Randall Cobb (7 REC, 113 YDS, 2 TD, 9 targets) and WR Jordy Nelson (10 REC, 108 YDS, 2 TD, 12 targets). Still worth keeping an eye on rookie Davante Adams too a€“ Packers had three fantasy-relevant wideouts when James Jones was involved. 7. Colts QB Andrew Luck (29-for-41, 393 YDS, 4 TD, 1 INT) has taken off in the last two weeks, throwing for eight touchdowns and 763 yards in wins over Tennessee and Jacksonville. He now leads the league in passing yards (1,305) and touchdowns (13). 8. Eagles RB LeSean McCoy (17 YDS, 10 carries) continued to struggle against San Francisco. Hea€?s gained 256 yards from scrimmage through four games, putting him at 64.0 per game, down a long way from last seasona€?s 134.1 yards per game. 9. Falcons WR Roddy White (4 REC, 73 YDS, 1 TD, 14 targets) was strangely the most-targeted receiver for QB Matt Ryan in the loss at Minnesota. It would be one thing if he was hauling in a lot of those passes thrown his way, but four of 14? Maybe look in the direction of Julio Jones a couple more times. 10. 49ers RB Frank Gore (174 YDS, 1 TD, 25 touches) isna€?t ready to cede touches in the 49ersa€? offence to rookie Carlos Hyde.dddddddddddd Gore ranks 10th among running backs with 325 yards from scrimmage. 11. Raiders WR Andre Holmes (5 REC, 74 YDS, 1 TD, 12 targets) emerged as the favourite target for Raiders QBs Derek Carr and Matt McGloin in Sundaya€?s loss to Miami. That those are the two quarterback options for the Raiders obviously limit the appeal of any of their receivers, let alone a 26-year-old with 38 career catches, but ita€?s worth keeping an eye on Holmes who, at 6-foot-5, is a big target. 12. Dolphins RB Lamar Miller (67 YDs, 2 TD, 1 lost fumble, 14 touches) is holding his own as the starter with Knowshon Moreno sidelined. 13. Buccaneers WR Louis Murphy (6 REC, 99 YDS, 11 targets) emerged as a preferred target for QB Mike Glennon (21-for-42, 302 YDS, 2 TD, 1 INT). With rookie WR Mike Evans hurt, Murphy has a chance to play a regular role for the Bucs, at least for the next few weeks. 14. Lions WR Golden Tate (8 REC, 116 YDS, 10 targets) was Matthew Stafforda€?s top target with Calvin Johnson (2 REC, 12 YDS, 2 targets) limited by an ankle injury. 15. Injuries continued to plague the Carolina Panthersa€? backfield. RB DeAngelo Williams (34 YDS, 11 carries) left Sundaya€?s loss to Baltimore, giving rookie Darrin Reaves an opportunity (37 YDS, 15 touches). With Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert already hurt, Reaves, an undrafted rookie out of Alabama-Birmingham, is set to start for the Panthers against Chicago next week. 16. Colts RB Trent Richardson (99 YDS, 1 TD, 24 touches) hasna€?t had a 100-yard rushing game since the ninth game of the 2012 season, but he has gained at least 80 yards from scrimmage in each of the last three games. 17. Bears RB Matt Forte (171 YDS, 28 touches) is up to third among running backs in yards from scrimmage, trailing Dallasa€? DeMarco Murray (602 YDS) and Pittsburgha€?s Lea€?Veon Bell (570 YDS). 18. Backfield timeshares: Bills RB C.J. Spiller (94 YDS, 18 touches) had a little more than Fred Jackson (85 YDS, 13 touches) Ravens RB Justin Forsett (97 YDS, 1 TD, 17 touches) and Lorenzo Taliaferro (58 YDS, 1 TD, 15 carries) were relatively balanced. Jets RB Chris Ivory (100 YDS, 19 touches) continued to decimate the value of Chris Johnson (61 YDS, 1 TD, 8 touches), though Johnsona€?s touchdown made his day worthwhile. Chargers RB Donald Brown (54 YDS, 14 touches) is having a hard time pulling away from Branden Oliver (56 YDS, 13 touches) while Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead are out. Saints RB Khiry Robinson (105 YDS, 8 touches) had a few more touches than Pierre Thomas (23 YDS, 4 touches), but the running game kind of got lost when the Saints fell behind 31-3 to Dallas. 19. Titans rookie QB Zach Mettenberger (2-for-5, 17 YDS, 1 INT) got into the game at Indianapolis, replacing Charlie Whitehurst. Neither was particularly effective and that does limit the appeal of Titans receivers, aside from TE Delanie Walker. 20. Washington FS Ryan Clark (14 tackles), Washington OLB Keenan Robinson (13 tackles, 1 INT), Washington SS Brandon Meriweather (13 tackles), Packers SS Morgan Burnett (13 tackles), Packers OLB A.J. Hawk (13 tackles), Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson (8 tackles, 1.5 sacks), Colts ILB Da€?Qwell Jackson (10 tackles, 1 sack), Buccaneers OLB Lavonte David (12 tackles, 3 TFL), Lions LB Tahir Whitehead (12 tackles), Titans ILB Wesley Woodyard (9 tackles, 1 INT), Jets FS Dawan Landry (11 tackles, .5 sack), Cowboys LB Justin Durant (8 tackles, 1 INT), Dolphins DE Derrick Shelby (3 tackles, 2 sacks), Bills OLB Nigel Bradham (3 tackles, 1 sack, 1 INT). ' ' '

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