Capitol Punishment

The Pads hit the road today for a six-game trip to Washington and Atlanta. After today, the club won’t have another off day until June 16, following a stretch of 20 games in 20 days.

Since the beginning of the 2004 season, the Padres have gone 32-11 (.744) against the Washington/Montreal franchise, posting a 12-2 series record. Over that stretch, the Padres have hit .274 while averaging 4.7 runs per game and posting a 3.12 ERA.

Here are the matchups for the three-game set with the Nationals:

 Friday – LHP Clayton Richard vs. LHP John Lannan

Saturday – RHP Tim Stauffer vs. RHP Jordan Zimmermann

Sunday – RHP Dustin Moseley vs. LHP Tom Gorzelanny

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