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By: Phil Dunn

Tue, 02 May 2006 14:45:51 +0000

The Nats are sleep walking and that's not a surprise when the manager dozes off in the dugout during games. Hopefully, Kasten will shake things up and he can start the cleansing process by showing Robinson the door and bringing in a manager who will inject some life into the team. Are there any managers out there who could fire things up? Try Jim Fregosi, who I believe is currently a coach with the Braves. After he gives Frank his pink slip, then he can give one to Taveras and one to Bowden.

By: misschatter

Tue, 02 May 2006 14:00:55 +0000

Yeah, I can't either and didn't mean to sound so down on him. His throw didn't look too terribly bad to me, even in replays - it was just shocking to end the game that way. It could have been caught, but it looked like Clayton and Vidro got in each other's way, which contributed. I think threatening AAA for Majewski is a bit premature and unhelpful.

By: Hendo

Tue, 02 May 2006 12:33:09 +0000

Sorry, I can't beat up Majewski quite as much as he is himself, or as the papers are -- although I rejoice that we live in Washington, where we can be reasonably mild-spoken about sports as contrasted with, say, Boston or Philadelphia. Having said that: WHERE ARE THE STINKIN' BATS? [insert endoscopic image here] Majewski's misplay wouldn't have raised an eyelash if runs were being scored at any kind of acceptable rate. After a hopeful April start with the bats, we're already back to July '05 levels of run production. Good hitting doesn't make good pitching -- or, in this case, good fielding -- but it doesn't hurt a bit.