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Natitude is watching this about 10 times today http://mlb.mlb.com/video/play.jsp?content_id=18803031&c_id=mlb
*then we watched him pitch
Holy Cow - isn't that the truth.......
1-0, 3.81 ERA, 1.23 WHIP, 3.75 K/BBNats went 5-0 in games Milone started, as well.
i was talking about that game. he was bad. yeah i know it was his debut, but it wasn't sharp. that's expected. all i care about is on the large scale as you said his numbers were sharp.i like the kid and he had a solid sampling of a rookie year.
That was in reply to catseye... not you.
The Washington Nationals never really seem to learn. Or, rather, the Lerners don’t. As soon as you think they start to get it, they backslide again.
A timely “yes,” a strong predisposition to trust the recommendations of top executives, is exactly what the Lerners have never provided the Nats. It remains their flaw. It’s always the same: Start from zero and build an ironclad logical case, full of slides and graphics, so Ted will cut the check. Many who’ve worked for the Nats say the same thing, in the same words: their toughest negotiation isn’t with agent Scott Boras but with Ted Lerner.
Wasn't he just preaching the company line the other day?
The other classic snare for owners is to delude themselves that spending huge sums will be much easier — so much “clearer” — in some vague future year when the free agent grass is greener. Most years, the Nats blundered both ways. They’re halfway to doing it again.
Waiting for Phil Wood's response.
I guarantee they'll see this.
Perhaps Nationals fans should apply a similarly high threshold of proof before they sign their checks to the team.
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