ATLANTA — Tuning up for the playoffs, the Washington Nationals reached all sorts of personal milestones.
For Max Scherzer, it was another 250-strikeout season. For Ryan Zimmerman, it was 100 RBIs. For Trea Turner, it was Washington's most stolen bases since the team moved from Montreal.
"Guys are having good years," said manager Dusty Baker, whose team already clinched the NL East. "It's especially nice when you're getting wins while guys are putting up those numbers."