WASHINGTON -- The Washington Nationals hitters are keeping manager Davey Johnson from shaving. His relief pitchers are preventing him from sleeping. Drew Storen gave up two go-ahead runs in the eighth inning Saturday night as the Nationals fell 5-3 to the Philadelphia Phillies, the latest failure for a Nationals bullpen that Johnson said "keeps me up more than the offence" -- a strong statement considering that the manager has vowed to stop shaving until his lineup breaks out of its collective hitting slump. "He made some good pitches, but, you know, Ive got to have him. Hes important to the bullpen," Johnson said. Storen (0-1) walked Michael Young, who scored the go-ahead run from first on Delmon Youngs single to the right field corner, stretching his hand across the plate to beat Bryce Harpers throw to break a 3-all tie. Pinch-runner Michael Martinez then scored on a double by Domonic Brown, who earlier hit his ninth home run. "Its just location. Its always location," Johnson said. "You get by on stuff just a little while. You have to make good pitches. Walking a guy is the death. Thats been a little bit of his problem." Storen has allowed four earned runs in his last five appearances. His ERA rose to 5.21. "I just left a couple of balls up in the zone and they found holes," he said. "Didnt make the pitches." Philadelphias win evened the three-game series and gives the Phillies another chance to reach .500 in Sundays finale -- when they can also catch the Nationals for second place in the NL East. Chad Durbin (1-0) got two outs for the win, but was removed with one out in the eighth after allowing a bunt single and a walk. Jeremy Horst pitched out of the jam and Jonathan Papelbon worked the ninth for his ninth save. Denard Span had three hits, including an RBI single, while Adam LaRoche had an RBI single and an opposite-field homer for the Nationals, but it was hardly the offensive outburst Johnson has been seeking during his razor boycott. The 70-year-old manager decided to keep letting his facial hair grow despite a modest five-run output in Friday nights win. "We had some opportunities to score, pushed a couple of runs in, but they seemed to get some big two-out runs -- I dont know if all of them were two outs, it felt like it -- and we didnt," LaRoche said. The Nationals collected 11 hits against five Philadelphia pitchers, but went 2 for 12 with runners in scoring position and left 11 men on. "Its baby steps," shortstop Ian Desmond said. "We havent been swinging the bats really at all. To put up 11 hits is good. Now the next thing we tackle is hitting with runners in scoring position." Starters Dan Haren and Jonathan Pettibone both went six innings. Haren had quite the eclectic line: six innings, three runs, 10 strikeouts, one walk and four hits -- all for extra bases. Brown and Erik Kratz hit homers on back-to-back pitches in the second inning, and Pettibone and Jimmy Rollins pounded back-to-back doubles to produce a run in the fifth. "Stuff-wise today was about as good as Ive had all year," Haren said. "I just made a couple mistakes, but if Im throwing like I am tonight well be good." Pettibone, a rookie yet to lose a decision over seven starts, matched his career high with six strikeouts while scattering nine hits and three runs. He allowed single runs in the third, fourth and fifth. NOTES: The play of the day was made accidentally by Nationals 2B Steve Lombardozzi. While trying to field a drag bunt by Freddy Galvis, Lombardozzi had the ball carom off his glove and his knee -- and straight to 1B LaRoche for the out. ... Nationals OF Tyler Moore singled for the second straight game, raising his average to a still-dubious .139. His struggles earned a special mention when Johnson was talking about facial hair. 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TAMPA, Fla. -- An incredulous expression spread across Jameis Winstons face.Yes, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face a difficult challenge of getting themselves back on track without injured leading rusher Doug Martin . However the young quarterback is confident the team is more than capable of winning while the two-time Pro Bowl running back is out.Doug Martin means a lot to this team. ... Hes one of our best players, Winston said Wednesday as the Bucs (1-1) began preparation for Sundays home opener against the Los Angeles Rams (1-1).Martin injured his right hamstring during the first half of last weeks 40-7 loss at Arizona. Hes expected to be sidelined at least three weeks.In his absence, backups Charles Sims and Jacquizz Rodgers, whos only been with the team for a week, figure to assume a heavier workload.Sims accounted for 1,090 all-purpose yards in 2015, but mainly has been a situational, change-of-pace back.Rodgers has started five of 69 games hes appeared in during a six-year career thats included stints with the Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears. He made his debut for the Bucs last Sunday, breaking a 24-yard run on his first carry and finishing with a team-best 29 yards on two attempts against the Cardinals.Chuck is a playmaker and Jacquizz made some great runs (last week), Winston said. Im looking forward to seeing them in a full-game atmosphere.Martin was the NFLs second-leading rusher behind Adrian Peterson a year ago, when he ran for 1,402 yards and six touchdowns. Meanwhile, Sims rushed for 529 yards and gained another 561 yards on 51 receptions to give the Bucs a nice one-two tandem.Martin, who signed a five-year, $35 million contract during the offseason, is a two-time 1,000-yard rusher effective running between the tackles as well as in the open field.The 66-foot, 213-pound Sims has more of an upright running style that serves him best when the Bucs are able to get him the ball in open space.dddddddddddd The third-year pro has never carried more than 13 times in a game, raising the question whether hes capable of being a featured back.Coach Dirk Koetter and offensive coordinator Todd Monken are confident he can handle the role.Chucks been here long enough and has earned the opportunity, Monken said.There certainly are things that Chuck does differently than Doug. Every running back does, Monken added. There are a few things we may have to do a little bit differently, but really we have to be who we are. ... We anticipate him playing well, and weve got to play well around him.Martin wasnt alone in sitting out practice Wednesday. Defensive end Robert Ayers (ankle), receiver Cecil Shorts III, left tackle Donovan Smith (hip) and tight end Luke Stocker (ankle) are all on the injury report after facing the Cardinals.Koetter offered little in the way of an injury update, especially on Martin, who rushed for 85 yards on 25 carries the past two weeks.Im sure you can understand my point of view is Im not going to sit up here and tell our opponents everything were going to do, the coach said after practice.On Monday, though, he acknowledged that playing without Martin would impact the offense significantly.Even though we feel like we have really good backups at that positon ... when you take a top-level player out, you usually dont have exactly the same caliber player behind him, Koetter said. 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