The Washington Nationals are teetering on a precipice so dangerous that their very existence hangs in the balance. á Well, IÆm exaggerating of course, but only a little bit. á Since their first year in Washington when an undermanned squad flirted with the playoffs before fading in August, the Nationals have the worst record in all of baseball, with their back-to-back 100+ loss seasons capping a four-year backslide into the abyss of embarrassment. á They opened a beautiful new ballpark, but they cannot fill it because no one wants to watch a persistent loser. They have preached patience as ôThe Planö grows a fertile farm system from which young studs are supposed to take the place of the flotsam and jetsam of the baseball world. á Only they havenÆt. Currently, just two startersùRya ...
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