1. (Amature) Scouting Mat Latos

    As I walk to my seats in the Stars and Stripes Club (thanks Jay), I hear the announcer transport me to my childhood. Starting in centerfield for the San Diego Padres… Tony Gwynn! (Ok, fine, my early childhood before Tony Gwynn was relegated to RF)

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rob Kildoo about 5 years ago 683 reads 3 comments

  2. Manny's Shame Reminds Us of Griffey's Greatness

    When I was growing up in San Diego, Tony Gwynn was my sports hero. He may be more synonymous with his team than is any other player. Watching him hit to the 5.5 hole every year was unbelievable...

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  3. Why the Nationals Will Be the Most Improved Team in 2009

    If you asked me to explain baseball to someone living in a cave I'd start by saying: "The goal of baseball is to score more runs than your opponent." We often make things way too complicated...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rob Kildoo about over 5 years ago 145 reads 1 comments

  4. Why Signing Adam Dunn Is Smarter Than You Think

    It finally happened. Adam Dunn is a Washington National. The deal made too much sense not to happen. The Nats' GM has always been a big Dunn fan and was GM of the Reds as Dunn grew into one of the best power-hitters in the game...

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  5. Five More Questions for the Washington Nationals 2009 Season

    Clap if you think that Nationals are going to compete for a playoff spot near year... <crickets chirping> OK, then. The Nationals need to start thinking about their future. Nationals fans don't wants their team to feign effort...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rob Kildoo about over 5 years ago 184 reads 3 comments

  6. Wizards Midseason Report: The Bad, The Badder, and The Ugly

    Ahhh, the midseason report. It gives us a chance for all of us to reflect upon the poor decisions made in the offseason and their impact on a team's (lack of) success. Let's examine the formula for the Wizards current state of being...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rob Kildoo about over 5 years ago 94 reads 2 comments

  7. Mark Cuban Does Best Martha Stewart Impersonation

    According to The Smoking Gun, Mark Cuban has been indicted on one count of insider trading. Apparently, Cuban had stake in a company called Momma.com...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rob Kildoo about almost 6 years ago 545 reads 4 comments

  8. Josh Willingham and Scott Olsen Sent to the Washington Nationals

    Color me shocked (what color is that?). After tearing into the Nats' management for chasing big-money free agents and worrying about their management situation (how does a team have the worst ...

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  9. Dear Washington Nationals: Stop! Stop Before It's Too Late!

    After my last diatribe detailing the necessity for the Nats to follow a patient, long-term plan, here they are talking about doing something dumb...

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  10. Washington Nationals: Take Some Advice From Tampa Bay

    The Nats have to start instilling hope in their fan base. The Rays have given hope to every small-market team in the league. This year’s Rays should be proof enough that payroll doesn’t buy championships; you have to out-think the field...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rob Kildoo about almost 6 years ago 509 reads 7 comments

  11. Antwan Jamison, Gilbert Arenas, Caron Butler: What about the Wizards' Big Three?

    The Washington Wizards face some real challenges this season. They’ve gone all-in with the Big Three: Antwan Jamison, Gilbert Arenas, and Caron Butler...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Rob Kildoo about almost 6 years ago 812 reads 5 comments