The Nationals have allowed only 12 hits in their last 32 innings.
The Washington Nationals beat the Cincinnati Reds 4 to 1 Saturday, in the third of their four game series. Pitcher Edwin Jackson threw his fifth career complete game, allowing only two hits. It was the Nats fifth straight win. On top of that, it was Stephen Strasburg bobblehead day. The Nats finish the series with the Reds on Sunday, then begin a four game home series against Houston. Strasburg will pitch his first home game on Monday. ESPN reported Saturday's attendance at 35,489 (84.7 precent full).
Gallery: The Running Presidents prepare for the Nationals' home opener with a visit to Greenspring.
In their last public appearance before Thursday's home opener, Teddy, Tom and George visited Greenspring Retirement Community in Springfield. Abe had another engagement. The Washington Nationals open their home season at Nationals Park Thursday at 1:05 p.m. against the Cincinnati Reds. The Nats are 4 - 2 on the season, having just won two games in their three game series against the New York Mets. While at Greenspring, the president's ran their race — Tom won — then visited with residents and their guests. In addition to posing for pictures, Teddy, Tom and George flirted with the ladies, played cards with the residents, and shot some pool. Teddy "said" (with a thumbs-up) he's sure to win the president's race in the home opener. It would…