Okay, the 2009 season is finally over. á Now what? á Although the NationalsÆ 59-103 record was the worst in all of baseballùand for the second year in a row, no lessùthe surprising number of good things that happened this year will make the off-season a time for building, and not rebuilding. á LetÆs take a look at the final statistics for the NationalsÆ starting lineup and see who did, and didnÆt, help the Nationals in 2009: á á á 1B: Adam Dunn .267-38-105 (.398 OBP, 175 strikeouts, 116 walks) á DunnÆs offensive numbers were far better than most of us projected them to be. With the exception of the last two weeks of the season, he was consistent and provided the big bat in the middle of the lineup that the Nationals so desperately needed. á Defensively, DunnÆs fielding aver ...
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