The Nats scored in seven of nine innings against the Braves to take their eighth win of the spring, 11-1.
Tanner Roark became the first starting pitcher to go more than than three innings, giving up the lone Atlanta run on three hits over four frames. He fanned three and walked none.
Sammy Solis was the sole watchlister of the five relievers to appear after Roark and turned in 1-2-3 eighth with one whiff.
Trea Turner started at SS and led off and was 2-for-3 with two runs scored, which improved his spring BA to .188. Christopher Bostick replaced him atop the lineup and at short and was 1-for-3 with two RBI.
Brian Goodwin and Matt Skole came off the bench to sub for Chris Heisey in RF and Jason Martinson at 3B, respectively. Goodwin went 0-for-2 with a walk while Skole struck out twice in two trips to the plate.
The Nats host the Cards this afternoon in Viera. The video can be seen on MASN, while the audio can be heard on 106.7FM and 1580AM.