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Where is the progress Stan?
Dunn's face told the whole story. Dunn hates losing, but he doesn't have the answers on why the Nationals, who have lost 102 games this season, are struggling as bad as they are."I don't like losing," Dunn said. "I can't really point a finger why we are losing. It's very frustrating. I can't put it into words. I hate it. I hate it. It's not good."
Riggleman's excuses in this press conference takes the cake this season. I thought Acta was bad, I thought Riggleman was bad, but this presser is ridiculous.
I don't understand it either. The only thing that explains it is this team is just a bunch of losers.The Padres have far worse talent and they are 72-83!! 20 Games better than us!! And they have no offense and no rotation. Their bullpen is good and so is their defense. Is that the difference?
yeah the padres are bad. i think the way we played in the second half better reflects our team than the ugly nats in the first half. i mean game after game it was blown saves/bad defense and now it's usually just one or the other. it put us in a big hole.oh well the plan is working ... oh and they lowered 3,300 ticket prices next season
we have been horrible in the second half too. April: 5-16May: 9-20June: 9-17July: 9-18August: 14-15September: 6-16Pretty damn consistent. God awful all season. August where we had our token "hot streak" still saw us finish the month under .500. The Padres are 20 games better than us. 20 GAMES!
Seriously, why does Ron Villone have to pitch in every single game. Great Idea Riggleman.
If you look at point differential, the Nats and Padres are basically the same team, but they are 20 games ahead of us in the standings due to their bullpen and having better managers.
defense too.good defense, good bullpen, competent manager = +20 games in the standings.We have ZERO strengths. Pitching is the worst, defense is the worst, and the offense is near the bottom.
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