Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Preserve This for History

I just gotta link to this.  I assume it's parody.

Yes, Wily Taveras is most certainly a useful player, and is no way the kind of player that that bum Jim Bowden would've signed.

5 Comments:

  • Funny. Taveras a Bowden-type guy? Hell yes, he tried to trade Redding for him back in '08. Nuff said. Here's the link: http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2008/12/tim-redding-tra.html

    I will say, though, that Rizzo's strength (per reputation from Arizona) seems to be in drafting and building from within, which means it is far too early to judge him.

    By Anonymous Jaxpo Nat, at 2/17/2010 1:18 AM  

  • Kinda hard to get down on Nats 320. He doesn't write for statheads, pessimists or posers.

    He loves the team right or wrong, roots for them like my 10-year-old nephew, hangs on managements every word, snaps photos of himself and the Queen with every new acquisition --- and gets invited into Stan's skybox.

    The consummate fan. Hard to believe he's 50.

    When there's no other Nat's news, or when I want to savour a victory, I go to the site. But StanSpeak is soooo much more fun.

    By Blogger Mark, at 2/17/2010 9:32 AM  

  • http://talksportsphilly.com/?p=1632

    ^^2010 MLB Power Rankings

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2/17/2010 10:24 AM  

  • Nats320 is the Anti-Chris, which is a good thing.

    And SBF is not a total homer either. He seemed happy to see FLop and Lastings gone, for instance and will speak up when some one is dogging it.

    He also provides some very good analysis of games, trades and strategy. Especially useful if you missed the game in person or or radio/TV.

    His list of Nats sites is also up to date....

    Just sayin...

    By Anonymous Sec314, at 2/17/2010 11:07 AM  

  • You know, i used to visit that site often. Then it just got too ridiculous...

    I mean, i get that your niche is to be a "positive Nats blog" but come ON. There is a difference between being positive and being realistic.

    By Anonymous Natzzzzzz, at 2/17/2010 4:52 PM  

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