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It would be pretty silly on the Nats part to part with prospects for a LHP in a trade when silly hat/Gorzo/Gonzo would have only cost money to retain.
Adam Kilgore @AdamKilgoreWPFor those panicked about the Nats' lack of LHRs: Lefties have hit .214 against Mattheus in his career, and .186 against Clippard.
Marlins assistant GM Dan Jennings told JimBo that while they aren't shopping Stanton, they will listen to offers. Go get him.
We no longer have anywhere to put him
Put Werth at first. If you can get Stanton, which I doubt we could, you make room for him.
Slipping my mind again, but didn't RZO mention Werth playing first at some point?
A few years down the road, if he slows down in the outfield.
1. Detroit TigersThe rotation of Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer, Doug Fister and Anibal Sanchez and Rick Porcello took the Tigers to the World Series, and they could be even better in 2013. Verlander is generally regarded within the industry as the best pitcher on the planet, Fister is coming back from a season in which he was nagged by an oblique injury, and the Tigers will benefit from a full season of Sanchez, who was re-signed to an $80 million deal.
so he'll stand behind Zimm and we'll have two 1st basemen?
5, Rendon when his ankles wont allow for lateral movement, skole when he moves off third, and Moore- no errant throw will ever get by, but there may be some holes elsewhere
"And the Washington Nationals take the field with the unorthodox four first basemen infield alignment." Werth plays next to the bag. Zimm plays off it at the edge of the grass. Rendon plays in to protect against bunts, and Skole stands in foul territory to chase pop-ups. Desmond and Espinosa can cover the rest of the infield, with Span and Harper covering the OF. Our pitchers will have to catch their own throws.
This is the first time in the history of Washington D.C. sports that the baseball team and the football team both won their divisions in the same calendar year.
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