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Melbourne admit they were complacent in their tight win over last-placed Newcastle but wont make the same mistake in their Saturday night NRL clash with the Sydney Roosters.Storm second-rower Kevin Proctor said his team were determined to get off to a fast start at AAMI Park against the second last-placed Roosters.Of Melbournes 10 losses last season, six were to sides outside the eight and Proctor said they didnt want to slip back into that pattern.They are also determined to mark leading prop Jesse Bromwichs 150th NRL game for the club with a win.I think we got a little bit complacent last round (against Newcastle), Proctor said.They started a lot harder than us and were running the ball harder and got on top of us early.Weve got to make sure we start well this week, especially against the Roosters who have got a good pack who can really hurt you and, if we dont start well, well get dusted.With the Storm running second and one of the premiership favourites, Proctor said their scalp could be a prized possession for teams out of finals contention like the Roosters.While crushed 46-0 in round 14 in the Roosters worst loss of the season, in their last match at AAMI Park back in 2015, they were only beaten by a Cooper Cronk field goal.The Roosters also showed they werent far off the mark on Monday night as they pushed ladder leaders Cronulla to the final whistle.When they played against us in Melbourne last time, they should have beat us so they would have taken a lot of confidence out of that game as they played really well so we need to be better, Proctor said.The team remain hopeful barnstorming winger Marika Koroibete will recover from an ankle injury to play.Proctor said the burly Fijian had been limping around the club but he still backed him to play.He was hobbling around but heals so quick that you never know with Marika, he said. 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WASHINGTON -- Rain is in the forecast on Thursday afternoon as the Washington Nationals are slated to host the Arizona Diamondbacks in the finale of the four-game series.If the game is not played there is always a chance Arizona would have to return to Washington and play Monday if the game has a bearing on who gets the homefield edge in the playoffs between the Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLDS that begins October 7.Washington, which lost 3-0 on Wednesday in a game called due to rain in the sixth, was two games ahead of the Dodgers going into play Wednesday. The Dodgers hold the edge in the tiebreaker since they went 5-1 against Washington in regular-season play.Arizona is slated to end regular-season play at home this weekend against the San Diego Padres.It would be interesting, Arizona manager Chip Hale said of a possible return trip to Washington. We would all have to come back. Thats right. Even Phil Nevin our Triple-A managers already said it wasnt in his contract. So he has to come back too. It would be really interesting.A pair of young pitchers drafted by the Nationals are slated to start Thursday.Washington right-hander Joe Ross (7-5, 3.48) will face off against Arizona lefty Robbie Ray (8-14, 4.77), a former minor leaguer with Washington.Ray was a 12th-round pick by the Nationals in 2010 out of a high school in Tennessee. He was part of the package that Washington traded to Detroit before the 2014 season as the Nationals acquired veteran right-hander Doug Fister. Ray made his MLB debut with the Tigers in 2014.In his last start on Saturday in Baltimore he was charged with the loss as he went just 3 2/3 innings and gave up six hits and four runs with four walks and five strikeouts.Ray started at home against Washington on August 2 and was charged with the loss as he gave up eight hits and six runs (five earned) in six innings.ddddddddddddChris Heisey of the Nationals has the most at-bats against Ray of any Washington hitter and is 2-for-8 against him with a homer. Daniel Murphy is 2-for-5 against Ray and Wimer Difo is 2-for-3.Ross went on the disabled list July 3 with right shoulder inflammation and did not pitch in the series at Arizona in early August. Ross has never faced Arizona.He pitched on July 2 against the Cincinnati Reds and then did not pitch again until Sept. 18 at Atlanta, when he went just three innings.In his last start, on Saturday in Pittsburgh, he lasted just 2 2/3 innings as he gave up five hits and one run with one walk and four strikeouts. But the Nationals got a strong outing from Reynaldo Lopez in that game and with a win clinched the National League East title.Ross could be in line to make a postseason start against the Dodgers, perhaps Game 4.Gio Gonzalez, the loser on Wednesday, could face the Dodgers in game 3 since they have so many lefty hitters. But Gonzalez did not get out of the fourth Wednesday and has not gone more than five innings in his last three starts.Game 3 is on Oct. 10. Can a long layoff help Gonzalez, whose friend Jose Fernandez died on Sunday?It can, said manager Dusty Baker. Just depends on, not only can it reset him, but after things have subsided some... they say time heals all wounds, but some wounds take longer to heal. Probably wont really set in until after the season when hes back in Miami and around and Joses not around. Hopefully, he can have a couple good pens and get it back together because were certainly going to need him come playoff time. ' ' '

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