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The Amalgam League: What Happens When We Mix and Match Teams

Published by on June 12, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB


So, in Joe Posnanski’s blog post Tuesday, he mentioned that the Royals have a solid, young pitching core but horrible offense, while the Nationals have several good hitters and no pitching.

Which gave me an idea for today’s article:  How much better would the Nationals be if they let a position player pitch two games every week?

They have to many good corner infield/outfield players to use them, it’d give them another bat, they couldn’t do much worse.

I’m kidding, of course (but, should the National front office see this and decide to implement it, credit would be nice).

Posnanski wondered whether the Nationals’ offense with the ...

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