Guillen may be gone by tomorrow.
Here's the irony: Escobar should be starting in CF (he's been hitting over.400 April and now), with Kearns in RF. But Guillen finally stopped swinging at junk and got the walk, so Escobar could drive him in. I think Guillen is trade bait, but Kearns isn't doing much with his bat. We already knew he strikes out a lot but he has a good OBP and he threw out a man at the plate from CF Friday.
Sunday is the ONLY day in 2006 where the Nationals have a winning record, so we should win this. As bad as we are, the Pirates are worse. God has a bet on the Nationals.