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Nationals 5, Brewers 4

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WASHINGTON, DC (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers are again tied for first in the National League Central Division.  The Crew, for a time on Sunday, dropped to second place for the first time since April 5th after losing at Washington 5-4.  Saint Louis held the division lead for a few hours, before losing Sunday night to the L-A Dodgers 4-3.  That means the Brewers and Cards are tied again, with third-place Pittsburgh only a game-and-a-half back, and fourth-place Cincinnati two-and-a-half out.  The Reds open a three-game series at Milwaukee tonight, and a sweep would move Cincy ahead of the Brewers.  The Crew lost 2 of 3 in its first series since the All-Star break.  Manager Ron Roenicke blamed Sunday's loss on two key mistakes in the ninth inning.  Rickie Weeks was thrown out at third base on a double-steal attempt, blowing a chance to move ahead after Weeks had singled home a run to tie the game at four.  In the bottom of the ninth, Brewers' left fielder Khris Davis overthrew his cut-off man, which allowed the winning run to score on a walk-off double from Jayson Werth.  Rob Wooten took the loss in relief.  He's 1-4.  Rafael Soriano got the win, despite giving up the game-tying run in the ninth.  He's 2-0.  Weeks, Davis, Jonathan Lucroy, and Carlos Gomez all drove home runs for Milwaukee, which has lost 13 of its last 16 games.  Right-hander Wily Peralta will start tonight against Cincinnati right-hander Mat Latos.  Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 6:35.