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Washington Nationals’ Batting Review (Part One): The Big Picture

Published by on May 9, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

The Washington Nationals' season is one-sixth complete.  I know that sounds funny to say, but it's true.  The team has played 27 games so far, which is one-sixth of 162.  So how does the team stand?

Well, to listen to the national media or bloggers looking for cheap web page hits, the Nats are a laughingstock.  But how true is that?

The starting pitching leaves much to be desired.  Any staff that's counting on two rookies and Daniel Cabrera can not be considered good.  And the bullpen has been every bit as bad as advertised. 

But the Nats' front office shipped out a bunch of not-ready-for-prime-time players (Shell, Bergmann, Ledezma) in exchange for some of the more...

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