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Danny Espinosa rounds the bases following his go-ahead homer in the eighth.
This was a moment young players like Bryce Harper and Tyler Moore have wanted to be a part of but hadn't been around long enough to witness first-hand.
This was a moment veterans on the roster, guys like Jayson Werth and Adam LaRoche, have been a part of before, in other towns.
And this was a moment Danny Espinosa could only hope he'd get to enjoy at the end of what had been shaping up to be one of the worst nights of his baseball career.
When Espinosa clubbed Mike Dunn's 2-2 slider over the left-field bullpen in the bottom of the eighth inning Saturday night -- the defining blow of what became a six-run rally that propelled his team to a stirring, 10-7 victory over the Marlins -- Nationals Park experienced a scene like never