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Harmful Rays Burn Nats: Wang Loses Out As Price Is Too Much

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Rick Eckstein’s celebration turns sour as he spots his evil twin across the field (To clarify, David Eckstein kills house pets). (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Final Score: Rays 5, Nationals 4.

Dame of the Game:

Ross Detwiler: 3.2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 3 K. Detwiler? I barely know her! Hahaha, but seriously this guy should probably be starting and not Chien-Ming Wang. Why we rely on him to backup Wang when Chien does poorly, well, I’m at a Ross for words. I also apparently have a stereotypically Asian accent.

Shame of the Game:

Chien-Ming Wang: Loss, 3.1 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 3 BB, 1 K. The Nationals-Wang relationship in my eyes has proven to be as unfulfilling as Chien-Ming Wang’s marriage in Wang’s eyes. It’s time we remove Wang from the rotation, and stick solely to vaginas.

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Bryce vs. Price I. Two of the first overall picks from recent MLB Drafts faced off for the first time tonight in a highly anticipated battle. So highly anticipated, that I didn’t know it was happening until earlier today when I read someone’s tweet about it. Who won the battle of these two draft titans? Sadly the Price is right, in that Price is the correct answer to who came out on top. Price got Harper out twice while walking him once, suggesting that all teams should release their 2010 draft picks and stock up on 2007 draft picks, for they will surely be more rewarding. So hurry up and buy high on Andrew Brackman and Matt LaPorta, because while it didn’t work the first time, the law of averages will surely catch up to their careers.

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Three Catchers? YOU BETTER BELIEVE IT!

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DOES THIS MAN EXCITE YOU AS MUCH AS HE EXCITES ME?!

There are three things that get me AMPED UP!

1. Meth.

2. Spongebob.

3. HAVING THREE FUCKING CATCHERS ON MY TEAM.

The Nationals sent down versatile and capable Tyler Moore for JHONATAN “FACE MELTER” SOLANO after today’s game. With Flores’ injury, the Nats claim they’re just playing it safe, bringing up someone to backup Maldonado for now. But I know what they’re doing. They’re going with the old deadball era strategy of having three guys at the same position, none of whom can touch a .700 OPS. Johnson is used to this style, having played the middle of his career during that era I think. I can’t wait.

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