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Online JCA-CrystalCity

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Re: Nationals @ Braves, Game 3
« Reply #125: October 02, 2015, 01:35:36 PM »
Yeah the Svrugla story had to come straight from Werth or at least part of it.
I don't think the confrontation story was from him. didn't sound like a "you know what really ticked me off, there was this time . . ."  The detail about not having been told he would be given the day off may have come from him, or he may have talked to a teammate, but the rest of the stuff of pulling the line up card down and confronting Williams was out in front of the rest of the team.

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Re: Nationals @ Braves, Game 3
« Reply #126: October 02, 2015, 01:57:53 PM »
[...]The fans leaving early on Labor Day.

Most of us agree that Williams blew at least one of those games up in New York but a good team bounces back after that.[...]

In a larger sense, it seems to me that in recent years this team has become surprisingly non-resilient.

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Re: Nationals @ Braves, Game 3
« Reply #127: October 02, 2015, 02:19:26 PM »
Glavine seemed to mean Papelbon as the bad apple. Mentioned that Svrgula reported that the team was concerned about Storen in big games, noted 2012 and 2014 playoffs to explain why Papelbon might have looked like a good move but then...