Wednesday, April 21, 2010

What If?

Most of us looked at the Nats' schedule, especially early in the season, and wrote the year off. But yet here we are 15 games in, at 8-7. It would've been completely reasonable for someone to figure that we'd be 4-11 now. So we're ahead of what would've been a reasonable pace.

So let's look ahead a bit... Between now and July 1, the Nats have...

3 against the Royals
6 against the Orioles
4 against Houston
3 against the Mets

They host the Reds and Bucs for 6.

0 against Philly. Only 3 against Atlanta. The worst roadtrip starts with 3 in SF then 3 in SD.

Oh, and 3 with Manny Acta's team. HAHAHAHAH

That'd bring us through game 79. What if...

As long as Sunny Kim isn't around, they don't trade for Preston Wilson, and Frank Robinson can't make any fancy pitching changes... Hmm...


  • Please, please, please let Zimmerman not be hurt badly. I don't think he is, but I'm still begging the baseball gods anyway.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/21/2010 11:50 PM  

  • Not only would have it been completely reasonable for someone to figure the Nats would be 4-11 right now, it would be completely reasonable for the Nats to actually be 4-11 right now.

    Luck had to turn around sometime

    By Anonymous harper, at 4/22/2010 12:04 AM  

  • Is this a positive post on this blog? Look, pigs are flying!

    By Anonymous Gus, at 4/22/2010 1:01 AM  

  • I posted this on Zuckerman's blog this morning, but I was there last night and what I really love is how they've managed to drive away all the nitwits and douchebags who just show up and don't care one whit about the game. Nearly everyone was in their seat for opening pitch and almost all stayed until the last out. Plus there was nary a Red Sox hat to be seen.

    I could get used to THAT.

    By Anonymous bdrube, at 4/22/2010 7:42 AM  

  • It is actually 6 v. ATL, but whatever. Point made.

    Call me on May 19 after the 9 game trip to NYM, COL, and STL. If we are over .500 then, KOOL-AID for everyone!

    By Anonymous WebberDC, at 4/22/2010 9:02 AM  

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