Lets take a quick look back on the Bad Baseball action from Wednesday night...
Nationals starter Jason Bergmann struggled in his start against the Mets; he allowed 10 runs (six earned) on eight hits and six walks in just three innings of work.
Chad Durbin blew a save against the Dodgers; his came after allowing two runs on two hits and two walks.
The Mariners-Angels debacle gave us two blown saves! The first came when Anaheim closer Francisco Rodriguez allowed three runs on three hits in the top of the ninth. No worries, though, as Seattle closer J.J. Putz would blow his save opportunity in the bottom half of the inning, thanks to a solo home run off the bat of Mark Teixeira. Angels reliever Justin Speier would be the eventual loser, allowing three runs on two hits in extra innings.