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Gameday Threads / Re: Nationals @ Cardinals, Game 4
« Last post by nats2playoffs on Today at 01:18:35 PM »
THE RACING PRECEDENTS: Comparative dates on which the Nationals notched their 61st win, each season:

2017 - 27th July (100th match of season)
2012 - 29th July (101st match)
2016 - 29th July (103rd match)
2014 - 6th August (112th match)
2005 - 13th August (116th match)
2018 - 16th August (122nd match)
2013 - 20th August (125th match)
2011 - 21st August (125th match)
2015 - 22nd August (122nd match)
2007 - 5th September (138th match)
2006 - 6th September (139th match)
2010 - 14th September (147th match)
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2008 - finished 59-102
2009 - finished 59-103

This is a .500 team, which is behind the 2005 near-.500 team.

We beat a good team tonight. I know we wish we would have done better in the series.

Lets get to D.C. and win some

There is a Smokey & the Bandit Marathon airing on cable TVs AMC channel, from 4:00pm until 11:00 pm Friday August 17. Smokey & the Bandit will be repeated on Saturday August 18 at 8:30 AM, and Part II follows at 11:00 AM.

       

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The Clubhouse / Re: Fire Dave Martinez - "I don't know what else to do"
« Last post by UMDNats on Today at 01:07:22 PM »
:lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao:

https://mlb.nbcsports.com/2018/08/17/dusty-baker-drops-truth-bombs/

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I say that because every time someone gets to Dusty Baker for an interview, he drops some major truth bombs that make you wonder why anyone wouldn’t want him in change. Sure, like any manager he has his faults and blind spots — more so in his distant past than in his recent past, I should not — but the guy is smart, has more experience than anyone going and is almost universally loved by his players.

Baseball media is so easy to manipulate and so freaking predictable. One of Calcaterra's "truth bombs" was the Harper bite that was, in the simplest terms, a complete lie. Dusty should continue his PR tour and talk to a bunch of loyal writers about forcing teams (but only really good teams) to hire him.
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The Clubhouse / Re: The Lerner's the new "Snyder?"
« Last post by Natsinpwc on Today at 12:49:01 PM »


There will ever never be any reason to get back "on the wagon" while Snyder owns the team. Allen is just a cover, a front man; the present Vinny Cerrato is all he is.
Son is a big Skins fan but doesn’t remember the glory years. He was the first to congratulate me when the Eagles won so actually hoping the Redskins can be good again for his sake. Eventually it will happen. Even with a bad owner.
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The Clubhouse / Re: The Lerner's the new "Snyder?"
« Last post by HalfSmokes on Today at 12:47:48 PM »
That's the past. You focus on the future now. And hopefully Kyle Smith can turn it around. Don't get back on the wagon if or when the skins starting putting up W's.

https://riggosrag.com/2018/05/10/washington-redskins-could-promote-kyle-smith-to-general-manager/



They can add the other Smith to the other Allen and the other Gruden - quite the collection of not quite as good as their family members hires
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The Clubhouse / Re: The Lerner's the new "Snyder?"
« Last post by LoveAngelos on Today at 12:47:31 PM »
That's the past. You focus on the future now. And hopefully Kyle Smith can turn it around. Don't get back on the wagon if or when the skins starting putting up W's.

https://riggosrag.com/2018/05/10/washington-redskins-could-promote-kyle-smith-to-general-manager/



There will ever never be any reason to get back "on the wagon" while Snyder owns the team. Allen is just a cover, a front man; the present Vinny Cerrato is all he is.
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The Clubhouse / Re: Fire Dave Martinez - "I don't know what else to do"
« Last post by dracnal on Today at 12:43:38 PM »
Is it a coincidence that the modern day extinction event of the American Ash tree in his native River Grove, IL coincides with Rizzo's term with the Nationals?

I think not...

So you think Rizzo's magic kept the trees alive and with him out of town, no one else wants to be the Lorax?
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The Clubhouse / Re: The Lerner's the new "Snyder?"
« Last post by Natsinpwc on Today at 12:39:43 PM »
That's the past. You focus on the future now. And hopefully Kyle Smith can turn it around. Don't get back on the wagon if or when the skins starting putting up W's.

https://riggosrag.com/2018/05/10/washington-redskins-could-promote-kyle-smith-to-general-manager/
I’m an Eagles fan. The whole way they handled the Cousins thing was great. And now they have slightly above average Alex Smith for a couple years. Brilliant!
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The Clubhouse / Re: The Lerner's the new "Snyder?"
« Last post by nats4ever on Today at 12:36:45 PM »
As opposed to hiring an old school manager and letting him go for not employing more modern analytics?
Old school manager? It's 2018 it's younger gm's and head coaches that are being hired in today's sports (baseball, and football).
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The Clubhouse / Re: The Lerner's the new "Snyder?"
« Last post by nats4ever on Today at 12:35:45 PM »
Yea but they hired an alcoholic GM and the fired him for having a drinking problem.
That's the past. You focus on the future now. And hopefully Kyle Smith can turn it around. Don't get back on the wagon if or when the skins starting putting up W's.

https://riggosrag.com/2018/05/10/washington-redskins-could-promote-kyle-smith-to-general-manager/

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The Clubhouse / Re: The Lerner's the new "Snyder?"
« Last post by PowerBoater69 on Today at 12:35:00 PM »
Yea but they hired an alcoholic GM and the fired him for having a drinking problem.

As opposed to hiring an old school manager and letting him go for not employing more modern analytics?
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