Well all good things must end... , the Nationals 6 game winning streak came to an abrupt end (but not without a fight) in San Francisco.
John Lannan pitched 7 innings and only gave up one run in the first. The Nationals had scored on the top half of the same inning, the game continuing as a 1-1 tie into the 10th, when Dimitri Young homered to give the Nationals the lead. It didn't last though, as Chad Cordero gave up the tying run in the bottom of the 10th and Luis Ayala gave up a bases loaded single in the bottom of the 11th, allowing the winning run to score.
Oh yes, for those of you tracking the Barry Bonds home run watch, Bonds walked, struck out, grounded into a double play and fouled out to Ryan Zimmerman.