Rain, rain, go away
I'm not sure, but maybe you can help. Is it a good sign when the tunnel between the Nationals' clubhouse and the dugout is already stacked with sand bags? Mull it over.
I, myself, can't figure out how they're going to get this baby in. Both teams are off tomorrow, and it would seem that would be a logical makeup date. Perhaps in the afternoon? There's tons of Little League kids on the warning track right now, hiding under umbrellas. Not exactly what they had in mind for their big day at the ballpark, I'm sure.
However, the optimists in the house have printed lineup sheets and passed them out, so I'll pass them on to you.
M. Giles -- 4
Sledge -- 7
Gonzalez -- 3
Cameron -- 8
Bard -- 2
Kouzmanoff -- 5
Greene -- 6
McAnulty -- 9
Wells -- 7
Guzman -- 6 (who woulda thunk he'd be hitting first -- and it would seem like a good idea)
Belliard -- 4 (just a day off for Lopez)
Zimmerman -- 5
Young -- 3
Kearns -- 9
Church -- 7
Flores -- 2
Logan -- 8
Simontacchi -- 1
News: John Patterson threw 40 pitches, including curveballs and sliders, in a rain-soaked bullpen session and said he felt good. He'll throw another bullpen on Wednesday, and then head to Potomac -- not for a rehab stint, but to throw a simulated game next Sunday, when the team is in Minnesota. He's very encouraged by all this.
I'll let you know if the rain stops.
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