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Right. It seems the board is evenly divided on who it ought to be between the two that gets called up first, but if you factor in the arbitration clock, that tips the balance.
I'm not a big Balester fan.
why he's young as hell, he has his whole career in front of him. last year he wasn't great, but if he were in any other organization he wouldn't have made his debut that early.
A few of the outfielders on the NL all-star roster (Carlos Beltran, Raul Ibanez) are banged up right now, either on the DL or on rehab assignment. And thus, the NL squad might be in need of some subs. But Adam Dunn won't be one of them -- even if he's asked. (And he hasn't been yet.) Dunn said today that his right wrist is a little banged up, and he intends to take the three days off to rest.
We have to take pitches - Marquis has a ton of walks.
Stammen needs to throw that curve more. It's a pretty nice pitch. He throws way too many fastballs.
Curves don't survive in Coors.
The Nats want this game over with as quick as possible.8 outs on 25 pitches.
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