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Pete Orr being number 1 obviously.
F.P. Santangelo giving young Nats fans terrible baserunning advice. "Don't be afraid of making an out the basepaths." Yes, one should be afraid of making outs on the basepaths, because it's frequently a very stupid thing to be doing. /rant/
Wow, I didn't realize uniforms were completely devoid of identifying markers for that long
That's not as bad a habit as people put it out to be. In some respects, it can be a more accurate throwing motion.
Anyone feel like looking something up for me?How many different pitchers had started games for us by this point last season?
I agree - if it works, I'm fine with it.He's going back and forth though so it seems like he's caught in between - trying to throw one way but lacking confidence in throwing it that way. Trying to unlearn the sidearm but still trusting that more.
It looks more like a confidence issue than an arm strength issue.
I think that's exactly it. The difficult plays don't allow for time to think about it so he just goes with what feels natural - so he makes all of those plays.
It's not confidence and it's not arm strength, he's trying to find a way to throw that doesn't hurt his abdominal repair.
9Livo, Lannan, Stammen, Olsen, Marquis, Mock, Atilano, Martin, and of course...Strasjesus
What was the logo on your hats?
I had wondered about this too.
Or Nyjer Morgan.
Damn, I missed the President's speech on Afghanistan.
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