In September 2006, a season ticketholder invited me to meeting with Washington Nationals President Stan Kasten. In the meeting, he explained his three pillars of running a baseball team – player development, customer satisfaction, and community involvement. It seems appropriate to judge his tenure against these 3 pillars. Today, I will focus on player development.
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THOMAS BOSWELL – As Nats embark on next journey, will Stan Kasten be on board? – The Post Boswell thinks that Washington Nationals president Stan Kasten has grown tired of not being able to influence the Lerner family into spending more on payroll (especially for the Nationals Park debut) and misses his family in Atlanta.
Washington Nationals sign Bryce Harper to $9.9 million contract – The Post Zuckerman: Nats Sign Harper Before Deadline – CSN Washington Nats, top pick Harper agree to five-year deal – nationals.com With Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg and Ryan Zimmerman, the Nationals now have three franchise players – The Post The Washington Nationals signed #1 overall
Tomorrow morning at 10:00, Washington Nationals president Stan Kasten will appear on WTOP’s The Politics Program with Mark Plotkin. He’ll likely ask Kasten a tough question or two (plus the “what are the Nats doing for D.C. voting rights question) and maybe even let some callers ask some too. I don’t think I’ll get to