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Dmitri Young exits Wednesday's game

So Dmitri Young came out of the box slowly when he grounded to shortstop in the first inning. He played that frame in the field, but when the Nationals took the field for the bottom of the second, Robert Fick replaced him at first base.

Young left with left hamstring tightness. We're working on getting some more info, and I'll put it in this post if/when I do.

Oh, and by the way: Barry Bonds hit No. 757 into McCovey Cove, a 1-1 fastball from Tim Redding that he just crushed. Came after a two-out walk to Randy Winn. And it was just his second "splash hit" all season, the last being on April 18.

Oh, and one more thing: The New York-Penn League all-star team was named. That's the short-season Class A circuit in which the Nationals' affiliate, Vermont, is completely kicking tail with a pitching staff that is unrivaled. The following Lake Monsters were named all-stars: First baseman Bill Rhinehart, outfielder Aaron "Dr." Seuss and pitchers Adrian Alaniz, Glenn Gibson and Colton Willems. I might have to make a trip up to Burlington to report on these guys.

Oh, and, uh, I guess I forgot the lineups. Here they are:

Washington:
Lopez -- 6
Belliard -- 4
Zimmerman -- 5
Young -- 3
Kearns -- 9
Church -- 7
Schneider -- 2
Logan -- 8
Redding -- 1

San Francisco:
Roberts -- 8
Vizquel -- 6
Winn -- 9
Bonds -- 7
Klesko -- 3
Molina -- 2
Feliz -- 5
Frandsen -- 4
Cain -- 1

By Barry Svrluga  |  August 8, 2007; 10:50 PM ET
 
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