Journal down; enjoy off day
Folks, our blog software was down much of the day here. My apologies.
I figured, however, I'd let you bask in the glory of having the best record in baseball at this point -- and doing it in two different styles, a 3-2 squeaker with an obvious hero, and an 11-6 nail-biter that became a blowout because of a ninth-inning explosion that might not have happened last year.
I'm going to write about the offense for tomorrow's $.35/$.50-edition. Hard to put a finger on -- especially with Pena/Dukes out -- but it has a different feel.
Perhaps we'll talk about it on "Washington Post Live" on Comcast SportsNet at 5 p.m. Lots of Caps and Nats today, I'm told, and I'll be joining Mike Wise to go over it all.
Also: I swung by the office today and got my hands on one of the posters of the first pitch -- "Inaugural Ball" -- that will be sold with the Post on Sunday at certain locations -- Giant foods being one of them. It's really nice, on heavy stock, and it's lighter than the "double-truck" that was printed in Monday's paper. That means you can see the Capitol dome much more clearly, etc. A very nice product. (I know, those who subscribe to the Post feel it's ridiculous to have to go buy the paper again to get the poster. But I'm telling you, if you weren't willing to pay $1.50 for this poster, then you don't really want it anyway.)
Enjoy the rest of the off day. Keep in mind I have a chat tomorrow from Citizens Bank Park.
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