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The Nats Bad Blog

See, I knew there was a blog for everything, and while I probably should have known this, I did not know there was an official "Nats Bad" blog. Here's the Subhed: "Potential to be the worst team in the history of baseball. Let's follow their ineptitude together!" Here here.

[Other blogs I didn't know about before today include the Cut Jarvis Hayes blog, dedicated to this mission: "Why the Wizards Should Cut Jarvis Hayes." Hasn't been updated much lately, though.]

As for the Nats Bad blog, the mission statement is about as clear as can be: "It's not that I'll enjoy the Nats losing this season," Bad Blogger writes. "It's just that they will. And that they probably deserve it. And that someone has to blog about it."

Truer words have never been written. Today, the Bad Blogger has some suggestions for enlivening the season. Shockingly, they don't include my yet-unfulfilled proposal to outfit a wheelchair-bound racing FDR, or Thom Loverro's suggestion to parachute the Giant Presidents into RFK, or even the much-discussed mix-and-match day, where you don't just get raw hot dogs on hamburger buns, but also raw hamburgers on hotdog buns, and cotton candy in striped boxes, and beer on a stick, and frozen peanuts in a little dish with a little spoon, and nachos doused with barbecue sauce and relish. Instead, Bad Blogger's ideas include signing a Ripken and trading for Loek Van Mil, a 7-foot-1 Twins prospect:

He could be in the starting rotation within weeks. He would be the tallest player to ever play in the Majors. And he could be that person in the Nats jersey.

Plus, it would finally cut Jon Rauch down to size a bit.

By Dan Steinberg  |  April 9, 2007; 4:24 PM ET
Categories:  Nats  
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