Bad News in Nats Town

Apparently, the Washington Times sports section is going away. This was, in fact, the only part of the Washington Times that I really read.  And on the occasion that I read any other section, it was ...

I Was Almost a Genuis

Or really lucky. In a rare non-baseball related post, I’d like to relay to you my frustrations on Sunday’s Saints loss. The Saints, if you didn’t know, needed a win to clinch home f...

Marquis de Blah

The Nationals signed Jason Marquis yesterday, and while I am not going to completely rip the signing, I don’t think it’s much to get excited about. He’s not great at much, other tha...

A Quick Review

I was gone for the last two weeks and I came back to a few things happening on the Nats homefront. I’m not gonna spend too much time on most of it, just a few comments on each things, then hope...

A Little Plug for The Hardball Times

I got this message from Chris Jaffe at The Hardball Times. Since they’re one of the baseball sites I really like, I figure I’d pass it along: I’m Chris Jaffe, a writer for Hardball ...

What Will I Miss at the Winter Meetings?

I have the good fortune of getting the heck out of the DC area for 2 weeks and going somewhere warm and sunny. I am getting married and going on my honeymoon, and I am not forced to return until Dec ...

So You’re Saying I’m Right

I asked Keith Law (not personally, just over his chat) about Ian Desmond today. He didn’t answer directly about Desmond, just more generally about guys improving on defense: Charlie (Bethesda, ...

Ian vs. the Other Options

The Nats have a chance to play the most exciting player they’ve brought up since the spring of 2009, Ian Desmond, as their starting SS in 2010. I put him as the most exciting since Jordan Zimme...