LOS ANGELES (AP) — No matter which uniform he’s wearing, Patrick Corbin knows he has a good thing going against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

He’s also savvy enough not to shout about it.

The left-hander said plenty with his pitches Thursday night as he shut down the Dodgers’ powerful lineup again, pitching the Washington Nationals to a 6-0 victory in the opener of a four-game series.

Corbin fired seven smooth innings and Howie Kendrick hit a three-run homer in the first as the Nationals ended a four-game slide and stopped the Dodgers’ 10-game home winning streak.

“I just felt really good today, with everything,” Corbin said. “I’ve just faced these guys quite a bit and they can do some damage. I’m just trying to make

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