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Three Up, Three Down

Zimm: Nats' 3B extends hitting streak to 28, halfway to DiMaggio's record. Word is, he also got to second base once in college with a Marilyn Monroe look-alike.

Strasburg: College RHP, projected top pick of draft, throws no-hitter in front of three Nats execs. Why so glum, fellas? Is it because the price just went up by about ten mil?

A-Rod: Yankees star 3B homers in first at-bat since coming off disabled list. The steroids, the Madonna drama, the sheer talent. I'm telling ya, someone ought to write a book.

Manny: Dodgers star LF suspended 50 games for using female fertility drug. Luckily for Dodgers, at the end of that suspension he'll still be in his first trimester.

Dibble: Nats' TV analyst offers solid insight, edgy commentary. But why does he insist on speaking French? Every other word is "oui," "oui," "oui."

Camden Yards: Home of last-place Orioles once again becomes a quasi-home park for Yankees during weekend series. Except the seats behind home plate were actually filled.

By Dave Sheinin  |  May 11, 2009; 9:32 AM ET
 
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Comments

Up: Braves are over .500 after starting current road trip 4-1. If McCann keeps those new glasses clear Lowe will take care of the rest.

Posted by: tylertyler33 | May 11, 2009 4:21 PM | Report abuse

Wonder how long it takes the national media to clue in on Zim's streak.

Posted by: NatsNut | May 11, 2009 4:46 PM | Report abuse

Dibble's (and Ray Knight's) referring to the Nats as "we" drives me insane. Also, Carpenter's lack of understanding of adverbs. Seriously, where did they find these guys?

Posted by: smo06 | May 11, 2009 6:04 PM | Report abuse

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