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Farm update to come

So I figured I'd use Wednesday, when we have a small minor league notebook in the $.35 edition (that I can't find on-line anywhere) to expand the discussion of the minors, which you folks seem to clamor for. I do, however, have a chat in a little while -- 1 p.m. Eastern, 10 a.m. out here in the Left Coast -- so I'll get to it after the chat.

Until then, the Journal staff and I have been discussing how best to promote everything we're doing. Though our new line of designer T-shirts and mesh baseball hats probably won't be out till around the all-star break (production problems), the good folks at washingtonpost.com are still building our super-duper Nationals page, which should be a clearinghouse for all the stuff we have to offer -- game stories, features, notebooks, numbers, player bios, podcasts, etc. But because some of the discussion over the past few days has centered around how the Journal and its various accessories are difficult to find, we're going to start providing some links here. It will look like this:

Game story. Notebook. Podcast.

And here's a general link to the "Sights & Sounds" part of the Nationals section of washingtonpost.com. That's where you can find the podcasts in general, and I think even subscribe. There's occasional video clips from "Washington Post Live" on Comcast SportsNet on there, and I can guarantee you when I'm on there, I'd much prefer to talk about baseball than discuss fashion with Mike Wise.

All right, going to start checking into some minor league stuff and get to chatting. But I leave you with this question: Does anyone think Chris Young would fit in the Nationals' rotation?

By Barry Svrluga  |  May 2, 2007; 12:10 PM ET
 
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