What do Dan Haren, Barry Zito, and A.J. Burnett have in common?

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No, none of them are in my kitchen.

Nationals starter Dan Haren tossed seven solid innings of ball tonight, holding the Phillies to two runs on four hits and no walks while striking out seven. Haren earned the W, the first of his career against the Phillies and his seventh of the year. The win also put Haren in some rare company:

 

 

Haren, by the way, has been excellent since returning on July 8 from the disabled list after suffering from inflammation in his right shoulder. In six starts spanning 37 innings, the right-hander has posted a 2.43 ERA with 39 strikeouts and eight walks.