Robinson had arguably the highlight of the night against right-hander Alex Colome in the second inning. On a 3-1 pitch, the left-handed-hitting Robinson hit a monster home run that landed in the right-field catwalk.
"I didn't see it. I heard that it never came down. They said it got stuck on the catwalk," Robinson said. "He threw a fastball, and I just hit it. It's not any different than any other."
With the four hits, Robinson raised his batting average to .286. He has been able to get consistent at-bats because of the injuries to first baseman Ryan Zimmerman and outfielder Jayson Werth.
"There is not a lot to my swing. It's not really hard to maintain," Robinson said. "It's something I've been doing for a long time. It's not anything special. Lately, I've been getting a lot of consistent at-bats, so that helps as far as the power stroke coming back a little bit."
Espinosa became the first player in Nationals history to collect five hits in a game. He is also the first second baseman since Dee Gordon to collect five hits in a game.
"I'm taking at-bat to at-bat, trying not to do too much," Espinosa said. "I didn't think something would be special after the first at-bat."
Espinosa said he wasn't upset that he wasn't able to get a sixth hit. Infielder Nick Franklin hit Espinosa with a pitch in the ninth inning.
"I wasn't really mad that I got it. It's a tough at-bat," Espinosa said.