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Kissimmee in the morning

Team bus just arrived. Game against Astros less than three hours away. Your lineup:

Felipe Lopez -- 2B
Alex Escobar -- DH
Ryan Zimmerman -- 3B
Austin Kearns -- RF
Ryan Church -- LF
Brian Schneider -- C
D'Angelo "E6" Jimenez -- SS
Larry Broadway -- 1B
Nook Logan -- CF

Shawn Hill -- P

We'll see Chris Schroder and Jon Rauch today as well, at least.

And when I get back from the clubhouse, we'll get to a more in-depth discussion of yesterday's pitching pool.

Snowing up there?

By Barry Svrluga  |  March 7, 2007; 10:13 AM ET
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A little light stuff earlier, waiting for the one to three inches that will once again shut down the nation's capital. There's an idea, have the Presidents race in the snow instead of bagging groceries.

Posted by: BoysOfSummer | March 7, 2007 10:27 AM | Report abuse

looks like the regulars except for Guzman at short will be in today... What is the deal with the 1b competition. Lee had a good day yesterday... Broadway needs to hit Oswalt today, if Oswalt even gets to Broadway (could be 6 up 6 down)

Posted by: NatsFan | March 7, 2007 10:45 AM | Report abuse

Does Jimenez really have a shot to make the 40-man roster? It sounds like his fielding is atrocious. Wouldn't they keep another 2B around and move Lopez over when Guzie can't go?

Posted by: Rich | March 7, 2007 10:56 AM | Report abuse

Barry, has Broadway performed well enough that Lee's injury will hurt him? Or are they still neck and neck? i doubt either will get cut tomorrow, but it's always good to check the temperature.

Posted by: NationalsPride Mike | March 7, 2007 11:44 AM | Report abuse

Why do they always bat Broadway at the bottom of the order? Give the kid some licks!

Posted by: James | March 7, 2007 2:00 PM | Report abuse

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