Nats capitalize on Marlins' sloppy play
“You never want to be in last place.”
With Monday's 6-3 victory over Florida, the Nationals caused baseball's tectonic plates to shift in a direction that would have been unthinkable back in March. via Washington Nationals
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#1 Sep 5, 2007
This miserable circumstance has to fall on the Manager and pitching coach -we have individually good players but they are not performing as a team. We had such good results last year with some of our same team members. We also are without a stadium which certainly doesn't make our players feel that worthwhile. What can be done about our inability to compete this year.
I am living in Clearwater at this time. I have a place in Pomp and will always love my Marlins!
A disenchanted fan
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