Bryce Harper's lack of hustle at a key moment in Friday night's 3-2 loss to the Mets didn't sit well with some members of the Nationals.
After dealing with a bout of dehydration earlier in the day and receiving two rounds of IV fluids, manager Davey Johnson had to leave the Nationals dugout in the fourth inning Friday night.
After beating up on the Marlins, the Nationals were looking to carry momentum into their series vs. the Mets. It didn't happen Friday in a 3-2 loss.
Ross Ohlendorf will start Sunday against the Mets, but that doesn't mean Tanner Roark won't get his chance.