Thursday, April 24, 2008

Cut Him! He's A Bum! He Never Smiles!

In the words of the noted philosopher Joey Eischen, "Suck on it and like it!"


  • Chris,

    You had to wait a long time for that one.....He does look much different this year. If nothing else he might be a Type B FA. If so I was wrong about him.

    By Blogger JayB, at 4/24/2008 9:50 PM  

  • Oh but the issue never was about was effort as you well know.

    By Blogger JayB, at 4/24/2008 9:56 PM  

  • Enjoy it while it lasts (about one night). He has eight RBIs now and will probably end up with 30. Whoohooo! He is hitting what... .280ish.. that will be a season high as well.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/24/2008 10:52 PM  

  • No question he should be in the lineup, not Belliard.

    By Blogger Steven, at 4/24/2008 11:43 PM  

  • I don't know...something about his body language as he rounded the bases after the grand slam bothered me, though...

    say, the title of your previous post was damn near prescient. Does Bowden have you on speed dial?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/24/2008 11:58 PM  

  • My friends, lets not get too excited about a guy hitting .271 with 1 HR. That would be like saying we will go 40-122... wait...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/24/2008 11:58 PM  

  • I've been disappointed with FLop, probably because expectations were too high. Is it possible that benching him to start the season was the right move for him and the team? Might have lit a fire that wasn't there before. If not, then Chris, you were right.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/25/2008 12:55 AM  

  • You know the Mets looked a lot like the Nats tonight.
    A couple fielding mistakes (Reyes' error and Delgado's non-error), a squandered early lead, a poor bullpen performance are all the makings of a Nationals loss.

    Did the guys, or more specifically Felipe Lopez, get confused tonight?

    We just took the series vs the Mets. Hopefully we got this "losing" thing out of our system.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/25/2008 1:54 AM  

  • Will, when you split a two game series with an opponent, you don't take it. Although coming from behind to win the second game can make it feel like a moral victory, I'll grant you that.

    In Charlie Slowes's intro tonight, will he say The Nationals, winners of 1 of their last 2, 2 of their last 3, 2 of their last 4, 2 of their last 5 and....ah, never mind ?

    Is this the beginning of a turnaround? Too early to tell, but at least it does represent the end of the Nationals' first one-game losing streak of the season!

    By Blogger An Briosca Mor, at 4/25/2008 7:53 AM  

  • Felipe Lopez is outhitting Zimmerman and Nick Johnson by over 50 points, and you're gonna bitch about .271? I'd be happy if he hit .271 all year, as long as he played decent 2nd base and continued to run the bases well.

    If FLop and Guzman can both be in the .270+ range all season, the Nats will end up ok, because Zimmerman, Johnson, Kearns, and Pena will not hit below their body weight all year.

    By Blogger Natsfan74, at 4/25/2008 8:13 AM  

  • ABM- always around to catch even the smallest mistakes....

    You're right. I was thinking the last game vs the Braves was against the Mets. But either way, we split the series vs the Mets. I'll take that as a (moral) series victory.

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