Washington Nationals Just Three Players Away From Respectability

Posted: 27th October 2009 by Farid Rushdi in MLB
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In 2008, The Washington Nationals had the worst record in all of baseball because they had the worst players in all of baseball. That kind of stands to reason, donÆt you think? á They ended the season with just 59 wins, thanks in part to their woeful offense, by far the worst in the league. á Club owner Mark Lerner and team president Stan Kasten vowed to place at general manager Jim BowdenÆs disposal the necessary resources to at least make the team competitive in 2009. á And for the most part, they succeeded. In trying, that is. á Spring Training found several new players on the roster, players who actually had some real major league talent. The additions of Adam Dunn, Josh Willingham, Jordan Zimmermann, Joe Beimelùand later Nyjer Morgan and Sean Burnettùseemed to infuse the Natio ...

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