Back in New York, back in spotlightThe Wash. Times
Back in Big Apple, Lo Duca May Feel Bite of Mets FansThe Post
A happy return? Fat chanceThe Free Lance-Star
Ryan Church, Brian Schneider fitting in fine struggling with MetsThe Daily News
Is it just me or is too big a deal being made about Paul Lo Duca returning to Shea Stadium? Maybe it is just because he is my least favorite National right now, but I don’t care that he is wondering how he will be greeted.

Also, Lastings Milledge returns to New York kind of triumphant (as triumphant as you can be two weeks into the season I suppose) with a .308 batting average. He seems much less concerned than Lo Duca about how he will be received. The two players the Mets got for Milledge, Brian Schneider and Ryan Church are doing fine in the Big Apple too.

Nationals Find Their New Home Still Feels a Little Empty at TimesThe Post
Another attendance article — yawn.

PHIL WOOD: Is it the Park?The Wash. Examiner
Wood looks at how Nationals Park plays and compares it with RFK Stadium. Of course, the sample size is too small and it has been kind of cold, so it is too early to see what kind, if any, home field advantage the Nats will enjoy.

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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