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Where were they then – John Patterson – 2005

Long before Stephen Strasburg and Barack Obama were around to spread false hope in our nation’s capital, the people of Washington DC had John Patterson to let them down.  After spending many years as a top prospect in the minors, … Continue reading

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Pot, meet kettle

By now you’ve probably already heard that super prospect, Bryce Harper, has agreed to a deal with the Nationals worth almost $10 million.  But, it wasn’t before the Nationals’ last super prospect had some pretty pointed words for the 17 … Continue reading

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I was just admiring your Jaime

Amid all the hoopla surrounding big name NL rookies Jason Heyward, Stephen Strasburg, and Buster Posey, St. Louis Cardinals’ pitcher Jaime Garcia keeps rolling along toward the rookie of the year award.  And even though the sabermetricians would tell he’s … Continue reading

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Fun With 2010 Statistics

Based on the events of last week’s games, Aramis Ramirez appears ready to tack on another ending year line of 25+ HR and 100 RBI. He still has a lot of work to do but after hitting 3 long balls … Continue reading

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Bryce Harper has major hole in his swing; Can’t hit the perfect pitch

Former Major League scout (with the emphasis on former), Dave Perkin recently had this to say about future Hall of Famer Bryce Harper’s swing:  “He has a major hole – outside corner at the knees.  Unless he proves he can … Continue reading

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Little Known Facts About Stephen Strasburg

George Bush’s Weather Control Device is actually Stephen Strasburg’s fastball. Bob Gibson wouldn’t throw high and tight to Stephen Strasburg. Eric Gagne purchased one of Stephen Strasburg’s left elbow ligaments before the 2002 season. When told his next start would … Continue reading

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Jeff Karstens Looks To Become Next Mike Bacsik

Let’s face the facts here folks. The Washington Nationals aren’t sold out of standing room only tickets because the DC faithful want to get a look at Jeff Karstens’s cutter. But if he propels the Buccos to a victory today … Continue reading

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