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Smoker had a good start tonight and although his ERA is not the greatest his 18 K's in 13 ip shows he still has the stuff. I think him and McGeary will both bounce back this year.
Ugh, Glenn Gibson just threw a wild pitch on an intentional walk in the 11th inning. As a result, the Delmarva runner on 2nd base came all the way around to score the walk off run. What a dagger.
Any prospectiness left for this guy? I mean, we have come full circle by re-signing him and cutting Dukes, but otherwise . . .
Maybe a middle reliever down the road, more likely "inventory"
It looks like Smoker probably didn't get stretched out all the way going into the season. I'm interested to see how he does in his next few starts.
Yea It'd be good to see him build off this one...Hagerstown is where your really seeing the work being done down on the farm every single position seems to have a legit prospect at it and J.R. Higley is still on the DL down there. We have some good pitchers like N. Karns, B. King and B. Meyers who haven't thrown a pitch yet this season. Should definitely be an exciting one.
J.P. Ramirez might be one of my favorite prospects in the system and he just started catching fire. His swing is cash-money. Another guy I really like is Marcus Jones. The OF down in Hagerstown is stacked this year.
Wait, Glenn Gibson is back in our system?
[hammondsnats holding his breath] Nothing back on Destin yet? [/hammondsnats holding his breath]
Nothing. I sent an email to the Hagerstown announcer, who is usually pretty good about getting back to me, but tonight's game ended really late and he probably will not get back to me until tomorrow. I am sure Brian will have something on his site about it before I get word.
Brad Peacock had a career high 10 strikeouts this morning. Everything he threw was be swung at and missed, awesome performance. And only in 5 innings too! The one blemish was a 2 run HR. P-Nats down 1-2 in the 6th.
How come P-Nats and Hburg played this morning? Rain make up?
Word is Hood got pulled for not following a team rule. Still trying to piece together the specifics
"I'm not a big believer in prematurely moving guys. That's happened here in the past, and set some things back," Harris said. "(General manager) Mike (Rizzo) has a plan in place that's slow early and moves fast at the end."
Quote from Doug Harris, head of the Nationals player development:I like it. Bowden and Brown promoted players way too quickly and without much of a plan for them.
How's my boy The Klej doing?
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