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<p>Nate Karns made his major league debut on May 28 in the second home game of the four game "Battle of the Beltway" baseball series as the Nationals defeated Baltimore 9-3 at Nationals Park in Southeast. “I thought the kid pitched great,” Washington manager Davey Johnson said. “He should be proud of what he did.” Karns pitched before a crowd of 35,644 – that included his parents, David and Tambra, who flew in from Dallas, Texas. “My mom was probably an emotional wreck,” Karns said. “She made a lot of sacrifices for me to get here. I’m glad I could reward her with my debut.”</p>

Nate Karns made his major league debut on May 28 in the second home game of the four game "Battle of the Beltway" baseball series as the Nationals defeated Baltimore 9-3 at Nationals Park in Southeast. “I thought the kid pitched great,” Washington manager Davey Johnson said. “He should be proud of what he did.” Karns pitched before a crowd of 35,644 – that included his parents, David and Tambra, who flew in from Dallas, Texas. “My mom was probably an emotional wreck,” Karns said. “She made a lot of sacrifices for me to get here. I’m glad I could reward her with my debut.”