Friday, January 28, 2005

Round 'Em Up. Move 'Em In

--A day later, the Post weighs in on the broadcast negotiations. Nothing new on that front, but it does weigh in with some more names of prospective owners.

--Today's Barry Larkin is leaning towards retirement article.

--The Nats signed George Arias to a minor league contract, whom many newspaper headlines are referring to as a "Japanese League Star." Yeah, just like Hideki Irabu. Arias, a charter member of the Hudson Falls Battlin' Sloths in the Edward T. Death Roto League, hasn't played in the majors since 1999. He's played just over a full season's worth of games with a .237/ .278/ .371. He's Vinny Castilla minus Coors Field.

If he hits well in Spring Training, he has a chance to come north as Castilla's backup. Once again, Jamey Carroll weeps.


  • Whither Brendan Harris? I would have let the guy start, but the Nats appear not to believe in his existence.

    By Blogger Ryan, at 1/28/2005 9:55 AM  

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