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Game 156 Open Thread: Phillies at Nationals

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The end of the road.

Mercy
Mercy
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Today in Washington, DC, the Phillies end the road portion of their 2015 schedule. Let us all give thanks. The Phillies have a 25-55 record on the road this season, good for a .313 winning percentage. WOOF.

But, let's be honest, it's going to be a week or so of those kinds of stats once the season is over. Where this bad Phillies team ranks among other historically bad Phillies teams. If it hadn't been for that winning streak after the All-Star break, we would already be having those conversations. Small victories!

Seven games left, which means only seven more Sesame Street clips. I'll make each one count.

I'm not going to comment here on whether or not Oscar is a hoarder or if he needs professional help, mostly because Oscar is a furry Grouch monster. This is just how his people are. I'm sorry, not people. Monsters. But mostly, this song seemed appropriate because today, the Phillies say goodbye to the Nationals until 2016. GOODBYE, NATIONALS.

Today's Lineups

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES WASHINGTON NATIONALS
Freddy Galvis - SS Michael Taylor - CF
Andres Blanco - 2B Anthony Rendon - 2B
Aaron Altherr - CF Bryce Harper - RF
Darin Ruf - LF Yunel Escobar - 3B
Jeff Francoeur - RF Clint Robinson - 1B
Erik Kratz - 1B Ian Desmond - SS
Cody Asche - 3B Matt den Dekker - LF
Cameron Rupp - C Jose Lobaton - C
Aaron Harang - RHP Gio Gonzalez - LHP

And here's your 2015 road finale lineup. Bask in its glory. And then discuss the game in the comments below.