Nats: shutout, swept, and still ownerless; rendering them down to little more than a one legged puppy named Lil’ Brother


Nats Go Quietly As Reds SweepThe Post
The Nats wore those stupid red jerseys for another day game. Ugh, no wonder they only got a single hit. Fix the uniforms, boys!

More from The Wash. Times: Arroyo finishes off sweep at RFK


The big news yesterday was Brett Haber of W*USA-TV claiming that the Lerners had been awarded the team, using Jeff Smulyan as a source. MLB denies the report and Barry Svrluga was constantly imploring us to only believe what Thomas Heath was reporting. Here are the rest of the ownership articles and columns:

  • Impending Nats Sale Arouses SpeculationThe Post
  • MLB: No owner yetThe Wash. Times
  • T(H)OM LOVERROStill looking for an owner in CrazyvilleThe Wash. Times
  • Rick Snider: Nats waiting game almost overThe Wash. Examiner
  • Owning Up: Q & A on the Nats OwnershipWTOP
  • Black Executives Seek Stake in Nats’ FutureThe Post

    Nats Play to Empty Seats at RFKThe Post
    The attendance woes of the Nationals are looked at again.

    Nats make moves to improve pitchingThe Wash. Times
    Zach Day, tight shoulder and all, was claimed off waivers from Colorado. Billy Traber was sent back to N’awlins, while Jason Bergman is back in D.C. GW grad Michael O’conner is expected to have his contract purchased by the parent club so that he can start tonight. Oh yeah, John Patterson does not expect to pitch on Sunday either.

    More from The Post: Team Needs A Hand and A Few Arms

    Jim Bowden: Different ways to make your pitchThe Wash. Examiner
    I post this out of obligation, but I don’t read it.

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