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MIAMI -- The Washington Nationals have clinched a division title and are continuing to make a push toward home-field advantage for the playoffs. Adam LaRoche hit an early two-run homer to support Doug Fister and lead the NL-leading Washington Nationals to a 3-2 victory over the Miami Marlins on Friday night. Fister (15-6) allowed two runs and five hits in 6 2-3 innings for the Nationals, who have won six of seven. "Weve got some momentum, guys are playing well -- great defence behind us -- so that makes it a little bit easier," Fister said. "Were still staying focused and working together." The Nationals (89-64) lead the Dodgers (88-66) by 1 1-2 games for the best record in the league and are expected to get third baseman Ryan Zimmerman back from a hamstring injury for the stretch run. "Its nice, its what great seasons are all about, kind of peaking at the right time, getting healthy at the right time, and this last month and a half everyone is healthy and weve been playing good ball," said Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard, who pitched a scoreless eighth. Washingtons Denard Span had two hits and drove in a run for Washington. Justin Bour hit his first major league home run for the Marlins and two RBIs. "Obviously felt good to get that home run, its not as enjoyable as if we would have won, but its definitely very cool and Im excited that it happened," Bour said. "It took a little bit longer than I thought it would, but Im glad it did." Drew Storen pitched a clean ninth for his eighth save in 11 chances. LaRoche hit his 25th home run of Tom Koehler (9-10) in the first inning, a two-run drive in the upper deck to right field. "Those guys put the ball in the seats, thats what they do," Marlins manager Mike Redmond said. "You look in the middle of that order with four guys with 80 RBIs, those guys can do some damage." Bours RBI groundout scored Marcell Ozuna, who tripled to leadoff the second. The Nationals loaded the bases in the third inning after Span tripled and Koehler issued consecutive walks, but LaRoche struck out and Ian Desmond lined into an unassisted double play to second baseman Enrique Hernandez. Spans RBI single in the fourth extended the Nationals lead to 3-1. Bour pulled the Marlins to 3-2 with a homer to deep right-centre field. Koehler allowed three runs in five innings. "Any time you give them a two-point advantage before we even get started, its going to be tough," Koehler said. "Theres a reason why they are where they are." TRAINERS ROOM Nationals: Zimmerman (hamstring) played seven innings in an intrasquad game on Friday in Viera, going 3 for 8 with a home run. He could be reinstated from the disabled list over the weekend. "Hes sore right now, its like spring training," Williams said. "I dont think its hamstring sore, its just general body soreness." Marlins: RHP Jose Fernandez (Tommy John surgery) has been cleared to start throwing on Oct. 1. "I know hes really excited about it and we are too, so thats huge," Redmond said. ... RHP Bryan Morris (groin) has been shut down for the remainder of the season. UP NEXT The two teams will meet again on Saturday with Nationals RHP Jordan Zimmermann (12-5, 2.83) on the mound against Marlins RHP Jarred Cosart (4-2, 2.05). The Nationals have won the last nine starts pitched by Zimmermann, who is 6-0 with a 2.11 ERA during that span. Cosart will be looking for his 14th win of the season after going 9-7 with the Astros. BOUR GETS HOME RUN BALL Bours home run bounced off the seats in the upper deck and bounced back into play. Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth alertly picked up the ball and tossed it over the fence into the Marlins bullpen so Bour could have the keepsake. "Werth threw it over the bullpen for me so that was pretty cool," Bour said. LaROCHE REACHES PLATEAU LaRoche reached the 25-home run plateau for the sixth time in his career. His career-high is 33 set in 2012. 00:11ET 20-09-14 DeMar DeRozan Jersey . There were no real chances until Augsburg broke the deadlock through Raul Bobadilla in the 33rd minute. Frankfurt failed to clear a cross and Bobadilla slotted home from close range at the far post. Jonas Valanciunas Jersey . New York (16-9-8) took over first place in the Eastern Conference and has the best record in the league with one game remaining. Houstons five-game unbeaten streak was snapped, and the Dynamo (13-11-9) are sixth in the East with one game remaining. http://www.nbaraptorsonline.com/Authentic-OG-Anunoby-Raptors-Jersey/ . 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Vince Carter Jersey . - For a general manager who preaches building through the draft, Reggie McKenzie has struggled to find impact players his first two years in Oakland.HAMILTON - Montreals up-and-down season ended painfully Sunday, cut short one game shy of the Grey Cup by mistakes and poor execution.Hamilton kick-returner Brandon Banks literally left Alouette players twisting in the wind on two punt returns for touchdowns — three if you count a 78-yard romp for a score called back for holding in the first quarter.The Tiger-Cats, who scored two more touchdowns on the back of Jonathan Crompton interceptions, went on to win the CFL East Division final 40-24 on a surprisingly balmy 10-degree day at Tim Hortons Field.Losing coaches usually say how proud they are of their players. But Montreals Tom Higgins had reason to after seeing his team claw its way back up the standings as the season wore on.From where we started, to turning it around to be able to get here, its heart-wrenching to not be able to finish, Higgins said.Montreal (9-9-0) started the season at 1-7-0 but finished on an 8-2-0 run before thumping B.C. 50-17 in the Eastern semifinal.We wrote a really neat story, Higgins added. It didnt have a storybook ending but it was still a really neat story. I hope when the athletes reflect back, they look upon it as Wow, we really did something this year. This was a journey for a lot of us young guys, for sure, said linebacker Bear Woods, who had a game-high 13 tackles.There was some brave talk along the way from the Als, especially in the leadup to Sundays game. Some Montreal players talked of victory being inevitable while others disparaged some of the Hamilton players they would face.There was no such banter after the game. The Montreal dressing room was silent, full of big men giving each other hugs of disappointment.The 60-year-old Higgins, in the nicest possible way, suggested there were lessons to be learned on the subject of talking too freely.My personal opinion is you let your actions do your talking for you, he said.Because, he added, when you say something, you better back it up ... if you dont do what you say youre going to do, then you dont look very smart. Wide receiver Duron Carter, who had 75 receptions for 1,030 yards during the regular season, had just three catches for 25 yards Sunday. He did not haul in his first ball until early in the third quarter and that was negated by a penalty. He eventually beat glove-like cornerback Delvin Breaux to register a catch with two minutes left in the quarter.Carter was also flagged for both objectionable conduct and unnecessary roughness and admitted he lost control.Its a helpless feeling when you dont get the ball, he said.You live and your learn, he added. I was frustrated. Im part of the reason we lost.Montreals inability to stop Banks was particularly painful for Higgins, who doubles as speccial teams coach.dddddddddddd Higgins said he hadnt planned to take on that role when hired.I chose to do it because there really wasnt anybody else. And Ive had help, he said.He said there would likely be some restructuring to come.Higgins said Banks success was the product of fine play by the diminutive Ticat returner and poor execution by his special teams.The Als were well-positioned to stop the second Banks TD return, he argued,.We had guys standing there, he said. It was almost like Casper the Ghost because it looks like we were just grasping for air and he wasnt there. Im not sure we could have put ourselves in any better position to make the play. But guys didnt make the play.Kicker Sean Whyte found himself defending his day at the office.We knew he was a threat, he said of Banks. But we have very good athletes on the punt cover squad. So Im just doing what Im told and kicking the ball where Im told to put it. Its up to the rest of the guys and me to make the tackle.Crompton, who took over as quarterback midway through the season, completed 25 of 38 passes for 314 yards (his first 300-yard plus outing) and three touchdowns. But he also threw three interceptions.The jurys still out, Higgins said of his young quarterback. But he has a winning record and going into training camp next year, he would be the No. 1 quarterback.Said Crompton: Obviously I made a few mistakes. Youve just got to learn from then. Unfortunately theres no tomorrow for us this year. But I give a lot of credit to our guys. There was no quit. Everybody busted their tails until the end on all three sides of the ball.Montreal led 7-3 at the end of the first quarter but went in at the half trailing 20-14. Mistakes cost the Als with Hamilton scoring touchdowns via a five-yard Nic Grigsby run, after a Crompton interception and a glorious 93-yard Banks punt return for touchdowns.The Tiger-Cats led 27-17 going into the fourth quarter. But Crompton pulled the Als within three with a 63-yard strike to S.J. Green at 4:54 of the final quarter.A pair of Justin Medlock field goals sandwiched around an 88-yard Banks punt return killed off the game.We just didnt make the plays when we had to, said Green, who finished with three touchdowns. We made some plays but just not enough.Injuries did not help the Montreal cause. Safety Marc-Olivier Brouillette was sidelined about getting dazed making a tackle while fullback J.C. Beauxlieu also was unable to finish the game due to a possible shoulder separation.Brouillette said after the game he felt fine but would undergo concussion test. The Als have now lost nine of their last 10 playoff meetings with Hamilton, including the last six.Follow @NeilMDavidson on Twitter. 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