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Carp comparing Zimm to Pujols.
man WNFF is going really slow for some reason
Because Chief told everyone to repeatedly hit the refresh button.
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oh crap, Zimmerman just enabledBEAST MODE
You fool! You've killed us all!
Perfectly happy to be wrong tonight. Perfectly happy.
For tonight, at least, yes!
Nah, this is just emergence of a young star. that 5 year deal is looking real nice right now
I always felt his power would come around but not like this, at least not for another 3 years or so. I also was thinking earlier, regarding that 5 year deal, that if two or three of our prospects work out in the next 2 years or so that I could see the Lerners trading away Zimmerman by the time his salary balloons to 12 and 14 million dollars in years 4 and 5 of that deal. It wouldn't totally shock me to see that happen.
No longer is Joe Beimel hurting. He's just itching. On the disabled list April 21 with a left hip flexor strain, the Washington Nationals' best relief pitcher now has an entirely healthy left hip flexor and a gnawing desire to pitch again."I mean, I'm fine now," Beimel said today. "I was fine after about three days. It was one of those things where nobody expected it to heal that quickly."As a result, Beimel is waiting, and "itching to get back out there," he said. While counting down the minutes until his return -- Beimel will rejoin the Nationals on May 6, his first day of eligibility -- the left-hander has followed a peripatetic schedule. Yesterday, he was in Viera, Fla., working out at the team's spring training complex and throwing a 25-pitch simulated game. This morning, he flew back to the District. Tomorrow and Sunday, he'll pitch in a rehab assignment with Class A Potomac.Since Beimel injured himself, Washington has restructured its bullpen, replacing Joel Hanrahan with a closer-by-committee system, which means Beimel will return to a new role. At minimum, he'll share the ninth inning duties with Julian Tavarez and Kip Wells. But there's a chance, Manager Manny Acta said, that Beimel will take the job."We won't be afraid to hand him the closing job if he proves he's the guy for it," Acta said.
Since we have this game back at 0-0 please pull DCab
It might not be the wrong thing to do, either.
sf, yeah that's great news about beimel. maybe he can pitch three innings for us every night we have a lead. haha he's the only one i trust.
Great news... where wast that from SF?
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