Washington Nationals by KearnsT

Question 17

It sounded like booing when he came into 2012 NLDS Game 5 with the Nationals leading 7-5, but wasn't. It certainly was booing when he left NLDS Game 5.

Name this relief pitcher who, after retiring two batters, walked two more and then allowed back-to-back hits to the likes of Daniel Descalso and Pete Kozma, allowing the Cardinals to win 9-7.

And don't worry...it gets worse. (edited at 7:14 pm, October 11, 2017 (MDT))

Original question: It sounded like booing when he came into NLDS Game 5 with the Nationals leading 7-5, but wasn't. It certainly was booing when he left NLDS Game 5.

Name this relief pitcher who, after retiring two batters, walked two more and then allowed back-to-back hits to the likes of Daniel Descalso and Pete Kozma, allowing the Cardinals to win 9-7.

And don't worry...it gets worse.

Drew Storen

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