AZ 3 DC 2

Opportunity Knocks, But Nats Fail to AnswerThe Post
Following a recent trend, the Nats lost game two of a series. Hopefully, they will win game 3 tonight, another recent trend.

Win or lose though, they have had a pretty good west coast swing, despite the injuries. The final game of the trip is on Direct TV tonight at the manageable time of 6:10. I am still looking for a bar that will show it with the sound on.

As for last night’s game, they left 13 runners on. Ouch. God help the NL if the Nats learn how to bring home all of these runners.

On the bright side, Inning-Endy Chavez was sent back to the minors.

More from The Wash. Times: Nats’ Armas loses ’05 debut

Mayor endorses ballpark financing packageThe Wash. Times
Could it be that the mayor and the council are no generally on the same page on ballpark financing? Hammer it out folks.

Nationals making pitch for fans on Oriole turf in Howard, Anne ArundelThe Sun
Wow, it’s the middle of May and the team is now marketing! Hopefully, they can grab more from the Capital region. The Capital (Annapolis) says the Nats nearly have more fans in that area already, now just imagine if they were televised there too! Peter Angelo$ is not even raising a stink…yet.

Orioles may relocate store away from downtown D.C.The Sun
There is speculation that the Nats would use the Farragut Square location that the Orioles store is currently in. Now that is what I call urban renewal!

Nationals fans are tuned outThe Free Lance-Star
People in Fredericksburg are angry about the TV situation too.

Vargas Is In, Chavez Is Sent DownThe Post
P Claudio Vargas has been called up and is scheduled to start tonight. Tomo Ohka is now in the bullpen. Also, Nick Johnson likes being healthy, Cristian Guzman will be revaluated when he returns to D.C. and Vinny Castilla is shrugging off his slump.

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