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Nats Feel the Funk After Latest LossThe Post
I was down the shore, so I missed the Nats losing 3 out of 4 to the Brewers. I think I was the lucky one. Yesterday they lost to former Nat, Tomo Ohka. Today, they are back at home and may face another former Nat (The Post), Zach Day, (The Wash. Times) if he comes out of the bullpen for the Rockies.

Theoretically, the Rox are just what the Nats need right now. Colorado is 7 – 35 on the road, while our heroes are 30 – 13 at home. I like that matchup on paper, particularly with Rockies coming from the dry, high-plains air to the oppressive coastal humidity.

More from The Wash. Times: Nats’ offense remains in funk

Nationals suitors now seeing positives of MASNThe Wash. Times
The bidders are beginning to think MASN is not completely evil, but they have doubts about the ballpark being ready for 2008.

Ailing Guillen clutch for NatsThe Wash. Times
RF Jose Guillen plays hurt and does not let anyone forget it. At least he plays well.

In the breakout of today’s Post articles, he says “I can tell you this: I’m really missing my bodyguard.” He misses Nick Johnson and so do we. He is apparently the difference between wining series and losing them, as the Nats are stinking up the joint since he got hurt.

Nationals’ anthemRocky Mountain News
Obligatory “all about the Nats” article from a opponents paper of record. We also learn that the team motto is “I’ve got your back.”

Prospective Owner of Washington Nationals Speaks Out AP/WJLA
Nats bidder Jonathan Ledecky tells AP that his group was approached by George Soros, not the other way around and that he has never met him.

National swagger in Wilson’s bounceDenver Post
Newest Nat Preston Wilson compares the Rockies and Nationals clubhouses.

Author: WFY

Yet another Washingtonian pushing the ubiquitous Nats/DC sports, Penn State, commuting, bicycling, kayaking, broomball, skiing, gin & tonic agenda.

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