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Nick Johnson's hair: Lightning bolt

My goodness, you cannot imagine my:

A. surprise
B. delight

... at the sight I found when I walked into the visitors' clubhouse here at Roger Dean Stadium.

Nick Johnson had a lightning bolt shaved into the right side of his head. Nationals Journal readers, your word carries weight.

(Some of you may remember the poll from a few weeks ago when Kearns and Johnson asked me to ask readers what hairstyle Johnson should adopt. Hilarity ensued. Five hundred thirty-nine of you voted, with 39 percent choosing lightning bolts.)

Howard Fendrich of The Associated Press took a picture of said bolts with his camera phone. But he was reminded that there are no cameras allowed in the clubhouse. So I'm going to have to figure out a way to post this at another time. But my goodness, it's impressive.

"You have to get the rat-tail," Felipe Lopez said. And indeed, when he has his hat on, perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the cut -- shaved on the sides, shaggy on top, a bit John Riggins-esque from the Jets days -- is the obvious mullet-like rat-tail thing sticking out the back.

It's possible a more interesting thing has never happened because of Planet NJ. Thanks for your help.

And Nick singled in his first at-bat.

Here's some lineups, if a little late.

Washington:
Felipe Lopez -- 6
Lastings Milledge -- 8
Ryan Zimmerman -- 5
Nick Johnson -- 3
Austin Kearns -- 9
Ronnie Belliard -- 4
Rob Mackowiak -- 7
Jesus Flores -- 2
Odalis Perez -- 1

St. Louis:
Skip Schumaker -- 9
Brian Barton -- 7
Albert Pujols -- 3
Troy Glaus -- 5
Rick Ankiel -- 8
Jason LaRue -- 2
Aaron Miles -- 4
Anthony Reyes -- 1
Cesar Izturis -- 6

(Yes, Tony La Russa is planning on batting the pitcher eighth all year. Don't ask.)

By Barry Svrluga  |  March 25, 2008; 1:13 PM ET
 
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Comments

Barry, any chance the nats claim Ruben Gotay off waivers? 25 year old middle infielder seems to fit the bill for this club.

Posted by: VT Nats Fan | March 25, 2008 1:34 PM | Report abuse

Speaking of shaved....anyone check out the stadium cam lately? There's the Curly W in the outfield!!!

Posted by: Greg | March 25, 2008 1:35 PM | Report abuse

hmmm... another 2B candidate? gotay only plays 2B.

and go nick! of course, we may get an influx of people after he does an interview and explains the hairdo.

Posted by: 231 | March 25, 2008 1:43 PM | Report abuse

Guh! Gameday is offline for maintenance!

Posted by: MKevin | March 25, 2008 1:45 PM | Report abuse

Of all the things that are suggested here, I'm glad the only advice that has been acted upon involves Nick's hair.

Posted by: John in Mpl | March 25, 2008 2:00 PM | Report abuse

Who would you trade right now?

Guzman
Belliard
or
Lopez?

Posted by: 6th and D | March 25, 2008 2:05 PM | Report abuse

We must see pictures to have indisputable proof.

Posted by: FearlessFreep | March 25, 2008 2:06 PM | Report abuse

Very, very good point J i M.

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Of all the things that are suggested here, I'm glad the only advice that has been acted upon involves Nick's hair.

Posted by: John in Mpl | March 25, 2008 02:00 PM

Posted by: NatsNut | March 25, 2008 2:11 PM | Report abuse

If I had to trade one of the three, I'd trade Guzman. I don't believe the fluke of a season he had last year. Sample size is too small. And I like Felipe to bounce back. RBelli is solid - don't trade RBelli.

Posted by: Sec 114, Row E | March 25, 2008 2:12 PM | Report abuse

The Cardinals are giving away Albert Pujols dinner plates during a Tampa game this season. Sponsored by Wal-Green's.

Seriously. Dinner plates.

Posted by: John in Mpls | March 25, 2008 2:14 PM | Report abuse

can't answer that in a vacuum, 6th&D. i'd need to know what kind of return and what we'd replace them on the roster with (particularly guz and lopez). none of the three are long-term for this team, so i wouldn't mind losing any of them, but it all depends what we'd get for them.

Posted by: 231 | March 25, 2008 2:16 PM | Report abuse

Interesting question 6th and D, but the better question is: Who can we get for them?

If the return is equal then its easily Guzman, then Lopez, then Belliard because of the respective contracts and production. From what I have heard however, Belliard is the only one who has drawn much interest at all (and rightfully so) and any other deal would be giving away Lopez or Guzman.

Posted by: VT Nats Fan | March 25, 2008 2:17 PM | Report abuse

So this is the new improved offense? The last couple games they have struggled to cobble together hits against the starter. I know its only spring training but its concerning and more likely the norm then the first Tigers game.

Posted by: GoNats | March 25, 2008 2:17 PM | Report abuse

Barry,
Any word on the Opening Day ticket opportunitly/lottery that went on last week? If I recall they were supposed to inform by today if you were a winner. Is it safe to assume I lost and didn't get notified or have they not sent out results yet?

Posted by: Curious George | March 25, 2008 2:18 PM | Report abuse

"Braves fan checking in. I haven't seen an official announcement, but I was wondering if Odalis is a lock to start on Opening Night. I assume that the fact that all of you have him batting 9th and pitching, it's all but official, but I thought this would be the best place to find the answer."

Go back a couple of days in the archives of this very blog and find Dave Sheinin's post where he reports Manny Acta's announcement that Odalis Perez will be the Opening Night starter against the Braves. Is that official enough for you?

Posted by: Section 419+1 | March 25, 2008 2:28 PM | Report abuse

Excellent work all the way around to the NJ faithful, can't wait to see Nick's new doo.

On another note, does anyone know what the tailgate situation is going to be on Sunday? with the lack of on site parking, will there be crowds at RFK? Of course I plan on getting in the new park early to check it out, but where to pregame for that? suggestions?

Posted by: Silver Spring hearts NJ | March 25, 2008 2:33 PM | Report abuse

GoNats-

I am somewhat concerned, as well. However, at least OPerez has given up only 3 hits and 1 run after 5.

The mounting losses in ST better not lead to another 9-25 start.

Posted by: Positively Half St | March 25, 2008 2:33 PM | Report abuse

Pujols just singled off Perez to drive in two more runs - he is struggling in the 6th.

Posted by: lowcountry | March 25, 2008 2:36 PM | Report abuse

All this SS controversy - why haven't the Nats considered moving Zim to SS. He's got the glove and the range and we're fairly flush with corner infielders.

Cal Jr. was supposed to be the "next Brooks Robinson" and ended up instead being one of the best SS in the history of the game.

Can anybody think of a good reason why the Nats haven't looked at this?

Posted by: D-Stud | March 25, 2008 2:40 PM | Report abuse

Part of Perez's struggles had to do with Mackowiak losing a fly ball in the sun.

All in all, a quality start for Perez.

Posted by: John in Mpls | March 25, 2008 2:42 PM | Report abuse

We must see the pictures!!!

Posted by: William | March 25, 2008 2:46 PM | Report abuse

John in Mpls-

That's good to know, but it really feels like the team is giving away a lot of runs on errors or fluke hits that should have been caught. It doesn't inspire much confidence going into the season.

Posted by: Positively Half St | March 25, 2008 2:46 PM | Report abuse

"Yes, Tony La Russa is planning on batting the pitcher eighth all year. Don't ask."

My guess would be that it sounded like a good idea one night when he was hitting the sauce a little too hard, and someone bet him a large sum of money that he wouldn't really do that all year long.

Nah, just kidding. The real answer, of course, is that he, Tony La Russa, genius to end all geniuses, has stumbled across the secret to concocting an optimal lineup that had somehow eluded every other manager for the past, oh, 100+ years of baseball. Gosh he's so smart (ask him, he'll tell you).

Posted by: joebleux | March 25, 2008 2:46 PM | Report abuse

I've been listening to the game on XM and Perez really isn't struggling - after Pujols' no-out single to drive in the two runs, he quickly retired the side. As John mentioned, Machowiak lost a fly ball in the sun, turning a routine out into a double.

I know ST games really don't mean anything, but I am getting a little concerned as well. These losses are starting to add up. Hopefully the offense will come around by the time the season starts. Only five more days!

Posted by: BSG | March 25, 2008 2:50 PM | Report abuse

probably because (a) he's a better 3B than SS, (b) if we moved him to SS, we'd have a hole at 3B, and (c) he sees himself as a 3B and that's where he wants to be (he's said as much). he did play an inning or 3 at SS his rookie season.

i don't really see any compelling reason to make him a SS, and i think you need a really good reason to try it a lot more than you need a good reason not to.

Posted by: 231 | March 25, 2008 2:51 PM | Report abuse

I couldn't agree more, Pos. Half St. It's easy to dismiss them, thinking that Spring Training is the time these sort of things get ironed out. But we're six days away from Opening Day now.

The wind has been really bad in Jupiter, and they've been talking about it all game. I suspect this was an issue with the Mackowiak flub. I don't think you run into this as much in the regular season because major league parks aren't in the middle of nowhere, and surrounding buildings buffer those winds a bit.

Still, that doesn't explain 12 errors between Lopez and Guzman.

Posted by: John in Mpls | March 25, 2008 2:51 PM | Report abuse

fwiw, i couldn't care less about wins/losses in spring training. nobody ever won anything that mattered in spring training, other than a random roster spot or position battle here an there. ST records mean even less than preseason football records.

i just want the team to be prepared for the regular season.

Posted by: 231 | March 25, 2008 2:53 PM | Report abuse

GoNats - PHS,

The same thing ran through my head the other day (offense struggles against starters in spring, get runs off scrubs). I try not to get terribly worried about it though. Players get notoriously bored with ST. We're now 4.5 days away from playing for real. My guess is most of these guys have checked out of the state of Florida several days ago at least. We'll see how it goes soon enough.

Posted by: MKevin | March 25, 2008 2:56 PM | Report abuse

Claudio Vargas was released and cleared waivers from the Brewers. Just a random note.

Posted by: GoNats | March 25, 2008 3:01 PM | Report abuse

Our stellar fielding continues...Orr threw an infield grounder into the St. Louis dugout, so - again - the Cardinals have runners on second and third with no outs. Sheesh...

Posted by: BSG | March 25, 2008 3:11 PM | Report abuse

@ John in Mpls:
"See you in hell, dinner plate."

Posted by: Homer Simpson | March 25, 2008 3:15 PM | Report abuse

Speaking of promotional giveaways, they've added rally towel to the lanyards we're getting Opening Day.

Posted by: NatsNut | March 25, 2008 3:16 PM | Report abuse

Posted by: Anonymous | March 25, 2008 3:17 PM | Report abuse

"Excellent work all the way around to the NJ faithful, can't wait to see Nick's new doo."

I too look forward to pix of Nick's new 'do, but please, spare us from any shots of his doo. New or old.

Posted by: Section 419+1 | March 25, 2008 3:21 PM | Report abuse

Just went final, 3-0 Cardinals

Posted by: BSG | March 25, 2008 3:24 PM | Report abuse

There's some Promo-Po* for the Nats in that there 'do of Nick "Bolt" Johnson. Imagine staging his very own Bobble Head Giveaway game -- the branded buzz emblazoned on the temples of the wobbly figurine -- with the special event pitched to the public as, "Lightning In A Bobble" night.

(* Promotion Potential)

Posted by: Anonymous | March 25, 2008 3:25 PM | Report abuse

I think some of the off-season "Zim to SS" talk started when people thought perhaps Marrero could stick at 3d. I don't think that is a possibility. Other than that, it is like cutting off the end of the blanket and stitching it back on at the top - just as that does not lengthen the blanket, moving Zimmerman to SS does not fill a hole, it simply moves the hole from SS to 3d. Now, if there were a viable way to backfill at 3d (Crede, Inge, whatever), and if you were convinced that Zimmerman would not get to bulky to play SS, then there is something to discuss.

I think in a pinch he could play SS this year for innings, not days, based on his ability to play an SS like position during left handed shifts. He can make the DP, but usually he is not called on to field grounders in a shift, so even a few innings is a question mark. A move would strip out golden glove caliber defense at 3d. Until you convince our overall left side defense is better by the move, or we could get a huge bat for 3d, the move would weaken the team.

Posted by: PTBNL | March 25, 2008 3:31 PM | Report abuse

Does the lightning bolt say: Wonder Boy?

Posted by: Catcher50 | March 25, 2008 3:34 PM | Report abuse

I want a dinner plate with Nick in his new haircut.

Posted by: Section 109 | March 25, 2008 3:51 PM | Report abuse

Moving Zim to SS is foolish. If he moved, he'd be a average to good SS for a couple of years before he moved back to 3B because of range. If he stays at third, he'll be the best one in the game (probably starting this year) for years and years to come.

Find another SS and leave Zim at his natural position. Let him concentrate on hitting and not a new defensive position.

But for those of you that can't get over this subject, I recommend you attending all the Phillie games so you can watch Zim at SS every time Howard comes to the plate.

Posted by: 307 | March 25, 2008 3:51 PM | Report abuse

so has anyone won the lottery and gets the chance to buy more OD tix, or are the only winners the politicians and other "celebrities" around town?

Posted by: e | March 25, 2008 3:57 PM | Report abuse

PTBNL has it right. Let's remember that the number of power hitting shortstops can really be counted on one hand. Honus Wagner; Cal, Jr., who redefined the position; A. Rod, and not many more. Jeter is really top of the traditional SS profile. PeeWee Reese is much more the traditional role. Sure F/Os are now looking for the next Cal, Jr., but most place emphasis more on fielding and range, than power. High B/A is a bonus. Solid B/A and Power is extraordinary. 3rd is still the power position. Zimm fits that profile and probably will even more in the future.

Posted by: Catcher50 | March 25, 2008 4:06 PM | Report abuse

Zim should not be moved to shortstop. All Jimbo's work till the trade deadline should be acquire a Shortstop, not middle infielder, Shortstop, and if possible at least a #2 or 3 starting pitcher.

Two questions to NJ:

#1- Have they released the outcome of the music selection poll?

#2- Any idea what's going on top of the "ticker" on top of the porch?

Posted by: FFNatsFan11 | March 25, 2008 4:06 PM | Report abuse

Diamond Mind Projection Blowout puts each team through 1000 iterations on 6 computer models. It predicts a 2008 Nats season of 70-92. Past accuracy record: It predicted 70-92 in 2007, when the Nats went 73-89; 75-87 in 2006 when the Nats went 71-91;and 79-83 in 2005 when the Nats went 81-81.

"The 2008 Diamond Mind Projection Blowout

Opening Day is almost here, so it's time to present my annual Diamond Mind Projection blowout. The idea behind this is to take several projection systems and run the 2008 season through Diamond Mind Baseball, which I consider to be the most statistically accurate baseball simulator out there.
This year, I'm using six different projection systems, and I've run each one 1000 times for a total of 6000 iterations.

Sean Smith's CHONE. Sean blogs at Anaheim Angels all the Way and does some of the best analysis out there.

Diamond Mind's own projections.

The Hardball Times' projections, which are available in their season preview.

PECOTA by Nate Silver at Baseball Prospectus, which are generally considered the best projections.

ZiPS by Dan Szymborski from Baseball Think Factory. Dan's ZiPS are also higly regarded in the forecasting community.

Last and probably least, CAIRO, my own projection system which is new for 2008.

NL East

Mets
Projected W-L: 95-67
Playoff %: 85%
Best Average Projection: ZiPS (99-63)
Worst Average Projection: Diamond Mind (92-70)
The Mets are probably not the best team in baseball, but they have a very good chance of winning the most games. They added the best pitcher in the game to a strong defensive team that can hit a little. Put them in a division where they get to beat up on Washington and Florida 38 times and you've got the recipe for a 95+ win team. The Mets made the playoffs more often than any other team in these simulations. Their biggest weakness may be depth in the starting rotation, but you can say that about everyone except Milwaukee probably. I assumed about 170 innings for Pedro Martinez and 120 innings for El Duque, although it still pains me to see him in an orange and blue clown suit.

Braves
Projected W-L: 87-75
Playoff %: 40%
Best Average Projection: ZiPS (94-68)
Worst Average Projection: Chone (84-78)
I think Atlanta's going to end up better than that projected 87-75 average, but I don't know if they'll be good enough to catch the Metsies.

Phillies
Projected W-L: 86-76
Playoff %: 33%
Best Average Projection: Hardball Times (90-72)
Worst Average Projection: Cairo (82-80)
Lots o' runs. Scored and against. I think Cairo's way pessimistic here, but I do think the Phillies' pitching is suspect. They project to be the second highest scoring team in baseball, and that's without a DH. I repeat it every chance I get, but Chase Utley is an outstanding player.

Nationals
Projected W-L: 70-92
Playoff %: 1%
Best Average Projection: Pecota (74-88)
Worst Average Projection: ZiPS (69-93)
I have no rational reason for it, but I think Washington will be a little better than this. Must be my latent man-love of Nick Johnson.

Marlins
Projected W-L: 68-94
Playoff %: 0%
Best Average Projection: Pecota (74-88)
Worst Average Projection: Hardball Times (63-99)
Here's a fun game. See if you can name half of Florida's roster..."

Posted by: flynnie | March 25, 2008 4:07 PM | Report abuse

Nah, I'm not worried yet. No concern about the anemic offense again, nor the spring record(Spring doesn't count, right), nor Guzman, who has had almost no hits in his last how many games?, nor about shortstop in general, nor about our injuries. Nah, I'm not worried. Why? Boy, is our starting pitching looking good. signed, the optimist-that's to differentiate from the realist.

Posted by: Jeeves | March 25, 2008 4:08 PM | Report abuse

I'm not worried either. I agree with MKevin. They're bored. I'd rather they be saving their energy for the long season.

Posted by: NatsNut | March 25, 2008 4:15 PM | Report abuse

The plan was to put a huge baseball atop the circular ribbon on the Red Porch roof....that plan has been scraped and now its just the plain ole ribbon.

I wish we had dinner plate night. Or frisbee night. Or just something to throw at Clint night.

Posted by: Los Doce Ocho | March 25, 2008 4:24 PM | Report abuse

Last year during the horrible April, all of the Nats were saying, don't worry, it's a long season... blah blah blah. Well, they end up going .500 from May 11 to the end of the year. So, if they have a nice April, we finish second or third. I would rather win now - I don't mean spring training - but I would rather be in a winning mode so that we bust into the regular season full of piss and vinegar and ready to stomp on the jackass that has us finishing 70 - 92.

Posted by: 6th and D | March 25, 2008 4:28 PM | Report abuse

They should put a giant Beer Bottle ala Griffith Stadium where that big baseball was going to go.

Posted by: 6th and D | March 25, 2008 4:31 PM | Report abuse

My vote for post of the day.
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I wish we had dinner plate night. Or frisbee night. Or just something to throw at Clint night.

Posted by: Los Doce Ocho | March 25, 2008 04:24 PM

Posted by: NatsNut | March 25, 2008 4:31 PM | Report abuse

I think all of the NJ faithful should follow suit by shaving lightning bolts into the right sides of our heads. I'm heading to the barbershop now.

Posted by: Bob L. (Shaved) Head | March 25, 2008 4:38 PM | Report abuse

From the book "How to be a Bad MLB GM" Chapter 3 - "How to lose your best young player".

Step 1: Don't sign him early to a long term contract.
Step 2: Move him to a position he doesn't want to play.

Moving Zim to SS would be disastrous for this franchise.

With all due respect Catcher50, you forgot a couple of power hitting SS - Ernie Banks, Vern Stephens, even Jimmy Rollins.

Posted by: #4 | March 25, 2008 4:46 PM | Report abuse

even hanley ramirez, who hit 29 last year, or tulowitzki, who hit 24. ramirez' slugging % was 30 pts higher than rollins'.

i still say it's not worth worrying too much about how they're playing in spring training, especially wins and losses.

Posted by: 231 | March 25, 2008 4:56 PM | Report abuse

A familiar name at the bottom of this article about the Giants (they just lost a promising young infielder for possibly the whole season). http://www.mercurynews.com/sportsheadlines/ci_8688863
I keep tabs on the local bay area teams too.

Posted by: Patty | March 25, 2008 5:19 PM | Report abuse

GoNats-

I think it is a big deal that the Brewers released Vargas. The Nats should get him, and quickly. It was a big mistake losing Vargas on waivers a few years ago, and it would be good to get the inning-eater in here.

I guess it would be at the expense of Chico in theory, but in truth we have a fragile crew, and it would be useful to have someone a little more rugged. Although his ERA wasn't great, he started an average 30 games the last two years, and won 12 and 11 games the last two years, with winning records.

Of course, there will be competition for his services, but we should pounce.

Posted by: Positively Half St. | March 25, 2008 5:19 PM | Report abuse

"Yes, Tony La Russa is planning on batting the pitcher eighth all year. Don't ask."

My guess would be that it sounded like a good idea one night when he was hitting the sauce a little too hard, and someone bet him a large sum of money that he wouldn't really do that all year long.

Nah, just kidding. The real answer, of course, is that he, Tony La Russa, genius to end all geniuses, has stumbled across the secret to concocting an optimal lineup that had somehow eluded every other manager for the past, oh, 100+ years of baseball. Gosh he's so smart (ask him, he'll tell you).

Posted by: joebleux | March 25, 2008 02:46 PM


Hate to disagree with you joebleux, but at the end of a season I have found that you score more runs batting your weakest hitter eighth. Cuts down on the innings where you have one or two outs when the top of the lineup comes up, which has a tendency to kill that inning and sometimes the next one.

In 1972 we were 102 and 28 batting the weakest hitter eighth, and I have always batted my weakest hitter eighth since then. Many years I've had the ninth batter first or second in runs scored!! It works best when the nine and one batters are lead off type hitters.

Granted this was done with teams that didn't have 8 all star hitters, but I think it is a strategy that could/should be appropriate with a weaker hitting Major league team.

Posted by: KGWCOACH | March 25, 2008 5:38 PM | Report abuse

Well, it's time for me to go home, where I don't have access to a computer. I was hoping to find out today (which the Nats had said they would let people know about the OD tix remaining for sale) but I guess it wasn't meant to be.

Oh, and on the Nats website, they state:

"Thank you for your interest, however the Nationals Opening Night Ticket Opportunity is now closed.

Emails will be sent shortly to notify all entrants as to whether they will have the opportunity to purchase tickts to Opening Night.

Thank you for your support, and Go Nationals! "

Which means to me that they will be e-mailing all that entered to let them know whether they won the right to purchase OD tix.

Posted by: e | March 25, 2008 5:41 PM | Report abuse

I just got an email from the Nationals - no luck getting extra opening night tickets. Of course, they are pushing their season ticket plans. Oh well...

Posted by: BSG | March 25, 2008 6:03 PM | Report abuse

I just got an email from the Nationals - no luck getting extra opening night tickets. Of course, they are pushing their season ticket plans. Oh well...

Posted by: BSG | March 25, 2008 6:03 PM | Report abuse

On the post-game show on St. Louis radio today one of the commentators suggested that the Cardinals should deal Reyes to us - immediately. In sum, he thought today's performance was a fluke and St. Louis should take advantage of it to unload him on us (or some other team desparate for pitching). I was offended of course - but what can you say when a guy throws six innings of scorelss balls against you? And as JimBo is found of saying - you can never have enough pitching.
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"I think it is a big deal that the Brewers released Vargas. The Nats should get him, and quickly. It was a big mistake losing Vargas on waivers a few years ago, and it would be good to get the inning-eater in here."

Posted by: lowcountry | March 25, 2008 6:06 PM | Report abuse

BSG- I just got the same e-mail. Of course, it is my daugter's 12th birthday Sunday, so I wasn't sure about going anyway.

I want someone on NJ to win that lottery.

Posted by: Positively Half St. | March 25, 2008 6:09 PM | Report abuse

Thank you for registering for a chance to purchase tickets for the Washington
Nationals Opening Night game, scheduled for March 30, 2008. Unfortunately your entry
was not selected for this ticket purchase opportunity.

guess i'm not bringing a couple of other friends who wanted to go. but i still get to bring my dad, who was a senators fan as a kid from the late 40s. the story goes, i was born right after the first pitch on a saturday afternoon.

Posted by: 231 | March 25, 2008 6:15 PM | Report abuse

nouveau post.

Posted by: 231 | March 25, 2008 6:16 PM | Report abuse

Nothing would fit better on top of the Red Porch as a great BIG Coke bottle.

Posted by: SC Nats Fan | March 25, 2008 6:40 PM | Report abuse

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