Three Up, Three Down
W. Harris: Nats move utility speedster into leadoff spot. Why all of a sudden would they want a leadoff guy who works counts, draws walks and steals bases? Beats the heck out of us.
T. Hamilton: Former Post baseball editor debuts as columnist with tepid endorsement of Acta, or roughly the same stance she took after editing "Three Up, Three Down" each week.
A.Kearns: Nats RF hits run-scoring single Saturday for first RBI in seven weeks. More importantly, prorated amount for Nats to swallow if they release him drops to $4.2 million.
"I Am the Village Idiot": In Press Club speech, Nats prez S. Kasten shoulders blame for team's woes. More graciousness: also manages to limit self to seven references to 1990s Braves.
Battle of the Beltways: Nats/O's interleague series once again features two last-place teams, zero buzz. Highlight? The spirited Dibble/Palmer brag-off in merged MASN booth.
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