Today Ross started his second game on the mound since being called up from AA-Harrisburg. He was spectacular, pitching 8 dominant innings against the good-hitting Brewers of Milwaukee. He even set a new Nationals record for rookie pitchers—facing 51 batters before walking anyone! Ross showed amazing poise and self-confidence while pounding the strike-zone. He was still throwing 93-94 mile an hour fastballs in the 8th inning. The Nats may have to figure out a way to keep him after Strass and Fister return to the starting rotation.