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The Meaning of the Nats Trade


"We think we got two really good ones," said interim GM Mike Rizzo after getting outfielder Nyjer Morgan and lefty reliever Sean Burnett for Lastings Milledge and Joel Hanrahan.

Maybe. More likely, the Nats just got two decent ones. The real meaning of this swap may be what it hints for the future. This is a trade you make if you want to make more deals before the August 1 deadline.

If you think you may trade Nick Johnson and move either Adam Dunn or Josh Willingham to first base, then you need a speedy lefty hitter like Morgan in the outfield. And what if you get an offer you can't refuse for versatile, bubbly 31-year-old utility man Willie Harris, too? Then it makes sense even more. Maybe Morgan, 29, plays the last couple of months as your center fielder and leadoff man. If he pans out, good. If not, then he may make a versatile fourth outfielder next year.

If you're pretty sure you're going to trade either Joe Beimel or Ron Villone, or both of them if you get offers you like, then you need a lefty reliever like Burnett -- 3.06 ERA in 38 games. Maybe he becomes the always necessary but unheralded LOOGY of the future.

As for Milledge and Hanrahgan, one was already in exile in Syracuse for an entitled attitude and the other in the bullpen doghouse for an ERA over 7.00, so the Nats didn't give away anybody that they hadn't already given up on.

Short version, the Nats just got flexibility to make more deals. Morgan's has an adequate but modest .351 on-base percenatge in 545 career at bats, a 65 percent steal rate and a history as a fast left fielder who was never trusted very long in center field. That doesn't sound like a Building Block of the Future. If he turns into a late bloomer who's Washington's version of Juan Pierre, it's a miracle. But Rizzo loves him. So it's useful evaluation of the evaluator, too.

As for the low-budget Pirates, they took a gamble that Milledge or Hanrahan will eventually turn out to to be the "high ceiling" players that the Nats, and especially former GM Jim Bowden, thought they would be...oh...90 days ago.

Hanrahan ought to be a decent part of somebody's bullpen someday. But he was out-of-options dead weight to the Nats.

As for Lastings, if this isn't his wake-up call, what will it take? Hello, you just got traded from the Nationals to the Pirates. At least you made history. Someday there may be another Milledge for Morgan trade. But another Lastings for Nyjer? That'll last longer than DiMaggio's streak. You can't get any further from Broadway.

By Thomas Boswell  |  June 30, 2009; 8:01 PM ET
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Posted by: jaumiusk | June 30, 2009 8:16 PM | Report abuse

Could Nick Johnson be gone very soon? Mike Lowell just went on the DL because of his hip. Peter Gammons says the Red Sox will seriously consider acquiring Johnson or Garret Atkins.

Posted by: wrw0601 | June 30, 2009 8:16 PM | Report abuse

LOOGY = lefty one out guy

Posted by: Phillip258 | June 30, 2009 8:25 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 8:27 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: flynnie2 | June 30, 2009 8:27 PM | Report abuse

This trade isn't so exciting, but it makes sense for both sides. I am glad Hanrahan will be a dead weight for somebody else.

I've noticed that Mets are desperate for a 1B in Nick Johnson. I would like to see Nick Johnson traded for a couple of decent prospects (SS/RP)and see Dunn move to first. That will provide a decent defense in the outfield with Harris and Morgan out there.

Posted by: gonats1 | June 30, 2009 8:28 PM | Report abuse

In other news, Boston is just killing Baltimore, 9-1

Posted by: swang30 | June 30, 2009 8:32 PM | Report abuse

Last July 23 - Nats trade Rauch for Bonifacio "For more than a year, the Diamondbacks had expressed interest in Rauch. For just as long, the Nationals had kept an eye on Bonifacio -- who, until two months ago, was "untouchable," Rizzo said.
He was pronounced the Nats second baseman of the future.

and on CNN.SI:

" But a couple executives with relievers to sell expressed annoyance that the Nationals dealt Jon Rauch to the Diamondbacks for second-base prospect Emilio Bonifacio, claiming it wasn't enough for Rauch. "I was surprised that's all Washington got,'' one AL executive said. However, Bonifacio isn't bad (one exec likened him to former big leaguer Delino DeShields, who was a top stolen base threat for years), and if anyone knows the D'backs' prospects, it's Nats assistant GM Mike Rizzo. Bonifacio is said to be a fine defender with excellent speed.

Posted by: flynnie2 | June 30, 2009 8:37 PM | Report abuse

Bunk. The Nats do not need to fill some non-existent void in LF to facilitate a Nick Johnson move. Harris could play RF every night if need be and in reality there would be no need to fill a lefty hitting void if Nick is moved. So the Nats can mayeb finish only 20 games back instead of 24? Burnett may be a nice piece, but Villone and Beimel would have been shopped in any event. Does a club 30 games under before July really have to worry about keeping pieces in place to win now? Ridiculous. (better not leave Acta without the right tools, or they may start really losing!)

I hope Rizzo is right about Morgan, but I am suspicious. Morgan has not played a lot of CF, his only real skill is speed and he gets caught way too much, he does not hit for high average and he'll never hit for power.

I can only hope that the Nats had good reason to move Milledge for off-field issues or something, because but for something like that this is not the kind of move a developing club should be making.

Posted by: dfh21 | June 30, 2009 8:46 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 9:00 PM | Report abuse

And awaaaayyy we go. Manny's managing again. Why not let Stammen work out of the inning once he's given up the HR to Ramirez? Not like he gave up a go-ahead hit to the opposing pitcher or something...

Seriously, what is the point of taking him out at this stage?

Posted by: truke | June 30, 2009 9:05 PM | Report abuse

Rizzo says "We are open for business."

and it sounds like He's set on completely undoing everything Bowden has done. starting with the Outfield.

Posted by: MrMadison | June 30, 2009 9:07 PM | Report abuse

Tyler!! That's the way to make up for a passed ball! Hold in the bottom of the 6th by Clippard! So refreshing! Like Maalox with Champagne!

Posted by: flynnie2 | June 30, 2009 9:09 PM | Report abuse

Dang...that's not the same strike zone we were seeing earlier is it?

Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 9:16 PM | Report abuse

Maalox and bourbon, Dammit. And where is JDS our M&B bartender??? ;)

Posted by: chris88 | June 30, 2009 9:21 PM | Report abuse

Rough night in the field for Zimm. I can't imagine saying that a whole lot in the years to come.

Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 9:29 PM | Report abuse

This is getting ugly and I'm out of booze...please pass the rubbing alcohol.

Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 9:32 PM | Report abuse

4 pitch walk. Double play, double play, double play, double play, double play, double play, bunt. Runner advances to 2d with 1 out. hit another one to Zimm, just go ahead . . . walk, bases loaded, Bonifacio . . .Ramirez on deck . . .Willingham drops tying sacrifice . . . strike out! Oh sh!t Ramirez, the RBI king of MLB, with bases loaded . . .and it's 6-5. Damn. Let's get the next out and get the lead back.

Posted by: flynnie2 | June 30, 2009 9:36 PM | Report abuse

Defense and bullpen blows it again!

Posted by: hotrod2 | June 30, 2009 9:36 PM | Report abuse

Marlins = hammer
Nationals + nail

Posted by: leetee1955 | June 30, 2009 9:37 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 9:37 PM | Report abuse

The Nats should change their colors to yellow and white and put "Chico's Bail Bonds" on the back of their jerseys.Then they should dig up Walter Matthau and prop him up in the dugout.

Posted by: hotrod2 | June 30, 2009 9:39 PM | Report abuse

Oh no. Colome.

Posted by: flynnie2 | June 30, 2009 9:39 PM | Report abuse

Yea, that trade for Burnett is looking pretty good right now.

Posted by: lowcountry | June 30, 2009 9:40 PM | Report abuse


Posted by: cokedispatch | June 30, 2009 9:43 PM | Report abuse

Where was the rain twenty minutes ago? I tell you, if this is not rock bottom I'm not sure what is.

Posted by: lowcountry | June 30, 2009 9:45 PM | Report abuse

Marlins = cat

Nationals = mouse

The Phish just toy with the Nats just to rip out their hearts late in the game.

Posted by: leetee1955 | June 30, 2009 9:45 PM | Report abuse

Dear Lord in Heaven, why have you cursed me with this team?

Posted by: trezmartin | June 30, 2009 9:47 PM | Report abuse

I would have traded Hanrahan and Milledge for a hell of of a lot less. I don't see a MLB future for either. Big props to Rizzo for getting anything useful. Seriously, we traded two guys who were not going to play for us anytime soon for two who are very serviceable. Also, Morgan has a .286 career BA. Yes I know it is a small sample, but the only guy the Nats have with a higher career BA is dMITRI AT .292.
This will help and as Bos said in the post above, there willbe more moves.

Posted by: chris88 | June 30, 2009 9:47 PM | Report abuse

Just a bunch of loveable sad sack LOSERS!I can't not watch.I can't not care.What's wrong with me?

Posted by: hotrod2 | June 30, 2009 9:48 PM | Report abuse


what's wrong with you? you're a NATSOCHIST like the rest of us. welcome home.

Posted by: surly_w | June 30, 2009 10:05 PM | Report abuse



Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 10:11 PM | Report abuse

and another wreck of the ol' no. 97 tonight.

Posted by: surly_w | June 30, 2009 10:13 PM | Report abuse

4 is the magic number. You can't win with 4 errors. Period.

Posted by: jfromPG | June 30, 2009 10:15 PM | Report abuse

Does anybody hold out any hope for this game? And bad D by Zim. The one thing we could count on. At least now, there's NOTHING else that can go wrong that we haven't seen before.

The Nats should have a fan promotion: Winner gets to pitch in relief, and can keep going until somebody gets on base. Hey, you never know.

Posted by: nats24 | June 30, 2009 10:17 PM | Report abuse

Zims defense might be one of the most overrated things on this team. He may have a gold glove but he has a lead arm.

Posted by: Tom8 | June 30, 2009 10:25 PM | Report abuse

Any update on resuming tonight?

Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 10:28 PM | Report abuse

Rizzo should have traded Milledge and Hanrahan for a first round draft pick.

Posted by: Section506 | June 30, 2009 10:37 PM | Report abuse

nyjer? wasn't he the guy on the tony kornheiser show?

Posted by: surly_w | June 30, 2009 10:42 PM | Report abuse

> Rizzo should have traded Milledge and Hanrahan for a first round draft pick.

No, no, no, no, no. No. The value of the pick would put the Nats way over the salary cap. And into luxury tax territory, to boot.

Posted by: Ted_Striker | June 30, 2009 10:46 PM | Report abuse

We should change our name to the Washington generals!

Posted by: soundbloke | June 30, 2009 10:47 PM | Report abuse

Perverse satisfaction: I'm sort of glad Willingham dropped that foul fly so that little Bonnie could strike out. Because Ramirez drove in the runs, it didn't matter much.

Posted by: nats24 | June 30, 2009 11:04 PM | Report abuse

We should change our name to the Washington generals!

We already did! By deed if not by name.

Posted by: CBinDC | June 30, 2009 11:05 PM | Report abuse

Even if Morgan and Burnett are busts, it was worth it to get rid of Milledge and Hanrahan. I have a hard time imagining the new guys could contribute less than the departed ones.

Posted by: SilverSpring8 | June 30, 2009 11:12 PM | Report abuse

...another rain shortened loss...only us.

Posted by: Naugatuck-Nats | June 30, 2009 11:13 PM | Report abuse

Just cannot beat the Marlins...cannot beat em...time to start beaning somebody on that team....probably walk em...

Posted by: bromisky | June 30, 2009 11:22 PM | Report abuse

Not sure if this has been posted here already--Shawn Hill recently had Tommy John surgery. Again.

Nats clearly made the right move cutting ties with him, but from a personal standpoint, you've got to feel bad for the guy. He had such good stuff and is a good guy, but his arm just wasn't built to handle the abuse. Here's the link to the story:

Posted by: CoverageisLacking | June 30, 2009 11:23 PM | Report abuse

Dibble & Carpenter dress like Crockett & Tubbs got a gift card from Jos. A. Bank.

Painfully unstylish, not to mention the corny humor. I thought Dibs was supposed to be a Nasty Boy, but instead he's a dork.

Posted by: jongrella | June 30, 2009 11:37 PM | Report abuse

Marlins = Dog

Nationals = Fire Hydrant

Posted by: HotNats | July 1, 2009 12:01 AM | Report abuse

Section 506 said:
>>Rizzo should have traded Milledge and Hanrahan for a first round draft pick.

506, MLB rules prohibit the trading of draft picks (or any player selected with a draft pick for one year).

Posted by: dabagley | July 1, 2009 12:16 AM | Report abuse

Thanks for the link, CIL, most definitely feel for the guy...

Posted by: HotNats | July 1, 2009 12:24 AM | Report abuse

It's been a good Spring. I have been away for quite a while. Hi NatsNut, 1a, et al. Why a good Spring, when we are headed for 100 L s? Because we have shed three villains in NatsLand:
1. Leatherpants
2. Thrilledge
3. nunof1 and his dozen aliasses
(sic and sick).
I will believe the last of the three when a stake has been driven thru his cold, cold heart. nunof1 is the guy who made fun of Nick Johnson's newborn following an unfortunate baby-falling accident. Some remark about injury, like father, like son. Yuck. Good riddance to all three. I like Rizzo's commitment to character guys.

Posted by: nova_g_man | July 1, 2009 12:34 AM | Report abuse

Dunn fits in Boston better than Johnson. And they can easily fit him into their salary structure. You can trade Willingham to a lower budget team.

You need to trade quality to get quality, even if its future quality. 20 home runs and a decent number of RBI's, a left handed bat should pique Boston's interest. Someone to keep up with Texiera.

The Nats aren't going to be able to easily trade Dukes, nor Kearns.

Meanwhile Johnson can at least play 1st base and do it well.

Might as well start tearing it down and building the next thing for next year.

Villone, Tavarez, Beimel can definitely all go. Might as well have a look at the guys in AAA while hopefully picking up some quality prospects. And they will keep Colome. He throws 90 plus and isn't old.

Posted by: periculum | July 1, 2009 12:59 AM | Report abuse

R. Zim may be headed for Tommy Johns next. Let's hope not!!!

Posted by: periculum | July 1, 2009 1:01 AM | Report abuse

NJ would fit better with the Mets than Boston. They are in the Nats division. They traded Langerhans so they really don't have anyone who is a decent fielder that can play first other than Dmitri at this point.

Nick is staying I think.

Posted by: periculum | July 1, 2009 1:07 AM | Report abuse

WWJD? He'd be 31 and a half and he'd be a failure as ML pitcher. Talk about fungible. Replaced in a flash. Put him on the over-the-hill trash heap and move on. We cut him last December, then recanted if he'd sign for small. Which he did.


And they will keep Colome. He throws 90 plus and isn't old.

Posted by: periculum | July 1, 2009 12:59 AM | Report abuse

Posted by: nova_g_man | July 1, 2009 1:17 AM | Report abuse

Hi Natsochists.
First timer here from Pittsburgh.
Read all your thoughts on the trade. We loved Nyjer in the Burgh, he has an infectious attitude and he's a good ballplayer. We will miss him. He won me over in April after I was dead set against him being given the left field job. I give the man credit, he had a bad spring training and he still came out and did well when the bell rang even after having his confidence shaken by the bad spring and the fact that people were calling for his head.
He is always smiling, his attitude could not be better. He's a talker too, so you'll enjoy him. They had him miked just last week during a game out in leftfield, and made everybody smile. You won't find many guys as likable as Nyjer is.
He even has been showing a little homerun power lately.
I sincerely wish Nyjer well, he is good for the game.

Posted by: StargellClemente | July 1, 2009 1:46 AM | Report abuse

StargellClemente - Love the handle. I remember both fondly. Willie Stargell said that, "Trying to hit a knuckleball is like trying to eat soup with a fork." If it's any consolation, I just watched the Daily News Live and the NY sportswriters were all over Omar Minaya for not making this deal. The Mets need power in left; arms like Hanrahan and a talent like Milledge don't come on the market that often; the Mets have no prospects in their minor league system and a are over-valuing what they have when they get beat to the punch by the Pirates in a trade like this. What do you think of Sean Burnett? He cried when he heard the news.

Posted by: flynnie2 | July 1, 2009 2:09 AM | Report abuse

Hey there Piratesfan, with that great attitude Nyger sounds a lot like...Willie Harris. Whom we already have. As well as two modest-hitting but speedy and competent outfielders in Maxwell and Bernadina. I've never been one of the Milledge-haters, and to me his needed attitude adjustment was as much the fault of his immediate superiors (some of whom aren't Nats anymore and none of whom may be Nats by next year) as it was his own. I think that at this point, we should have just waited on Milledge instead of pulling the plug now -- either he would have come back eventually (hopefully grown up a bit) and been at least as good as last year and probably better (if not necessarily in CF, and certainly not as leadoff), or eventually attracted more in trade when he got healthy and began producing again, even if in the minors. As it is, we've dealt Milledge's stock at its lowest point (a destruction of value, howsoever previously inflated, largely the result of our own making) and effectively swapped Church and Schneider for Morgan, who'll likely never get in trade what Milledge could have. Nice as Morgan may be, overall I can't see this debacle as positive.

Posted by: evanescent_panoply | July 1, 2009 3:59 AM | Report abuse

I truly feel sorry for Stammen. He was betrayed by the other 8 tonight. Zim failed horribly, Nieves looked absolutely ghastly as a catcher tonight. The umpire was not calling strikes at the knees. Stammen even provided the key hit with bases loaded. The ball that Hanley Ramirez hit was at the very bottom of the strike zone--a good pitch. The pitching that relieved Stammen was more of the same old story--Marlins beat our bullpen, in a most unmerciful fashion. To be a winning pitcher on this club you have be able to strike out about a third of the lineup because any balls that get put into play get handled like it is a pinball game in the field. Next you have provide the offense because...well you know about our situational hitting. Lastly, you have to hope Manny forgets your pitchcount, because inevitably you will watch your chances of a win dwindle to zero with each successive reliever that trods to the mound.

Posted by: driley | July 1, 2009 5:51 AM | Report abuse

I agree with Tom when he says "More likely, the Nats just got two decent ones". Of course we didn't get two great ones......look who we traded away!!!! :)

Posted by: Pete433 | July 1, 2009 6:39 AM | Report abuse

Did somebody up there say something about the Boston-Baltimore game? 11-10. Baby!

Posted by: kilolima | July 1, 2009 6:43 AM | Report abuse

No, ihw, THIS was the funniest exchange yet:


Section 506 said:
>>Rizzo should have traded Milledge and Hanrahan for a first round draft pick.

506, MLB rules prohibit the trading of draft picks (or any player selected with a draft pick for one year).

Posted by: dabagley | July 1, 2009 12:16 AM

Posted by: NatsNut | July 1, 2009 7:27 AM | Report abuse

Yeah, the Red Sox were just killing the O's. Too bad it was just the 7th inning. Go suck on some chowder Saux fans!

Posted by: mikepcfl | July 1, 2009 7:49 AM | Report abuse

Really, you can't trade draft picks?

I've been reading the blog for years. Why is this the first I'm hearing of it?

Posted by: soundbloke | July 1, 2009 7:50 AM | Report abuse

morning newz post (except I don 't think we can call it news anymore)

Posted by: lowcountry | July 1, 2009 8:08 AM | Report abuse

Trade Nick while he's still healthy! Who knows when he'll break his hip? Today? Tomorrow? Next week? Let's not find out get someone good in return.

I love the guy but he's a perfect candidate for a trade the Nats will benefit from long term.

Posted by: AMD2 | July 1, 2009 8:34 AM | Report abuse

So did they actually rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic, or is that just a clever metaphor?

Posted by: kemp13 | July 1, 2009 9:17 AM | Report abuse


Can you get us a current picture of D Young and how much he weighs? Just for old time sake before Rizzo completes the disinfecting from Jimbo’s stay in Natstown.

Posted by: JayBeee | July 1, 2009 9:19 AM | Report abuse

The Nationals got a solid left handed reliever who is only 26 years old plus Morgan in exchange for a reliever who had blown 5 or 6 games this season, Hanrahan, plus a guy at AAA that had failed in almost 4 years to crack the Mets or Nationals major league rosters.

Milledge is just a busted #1 pick.

He may turn into a fourth outfielder and even a marginal starter, but the Pittsburgh press continuing to talk about him as a 'star' in waiting needs to take off the blinders.

If the Mets AND Nationals talent evaluators came to the conclusion Milledge was not the answer, I doubt the Pirates braintrust is that much smarter.

They are taking a gamble, just as Bowden used to do on former top prospects that failed to find a home.

Trouble is, just 1 out of every 10 of these type of players end up turning things around - you can't build a team around this strategy.

Posted by: leopard09 | July 1, 2009 11:34 AM | Report abuse

And the odd man out is.....

Nationals optioned outfielder Elijah Dukes to Triple-A Syracuse.

The Nationals had one too many men on the 25-man roster after their flurry of trades Tuesday afternoon. Dukes is reportedly being shopped, and will probably net the Nationals at least a couple of phone calls. The 25-year-old was hitting .244/.308/.415 this season with six home runs and 30 RBI in 193 at-bats.

Posted by: NatsBravesfan | July 1, 2009 12:06 PM | Report abuse

Despite his horrible inning in Baltimore last night, Justin Masterson has taken over the righty set-up role in Boston that Manny Delcarmen filled the last few years, and done a good job. With Clay Buchholtz and Michael Bowden shining in AAA, Masterson is likely to stay in the pen. The Nats should offer either Adam Dunn or Nick Johnson (while he's still healthy) to the Sox for a combination of Manny Delcarmen and Takashi Saito. The Nats should also take a page from the Red Sox and sign free agent Ben Sheets while he's recovering from surgery, before the Rangers do -- the same kind of thinking that brought Brad Penny to Boston (and we know the Lerners can afford to do it).

Posted by: schorzulak | July 1, 2009 12:55 PM | Report abuse

Two last place ballclubs just swapped a couple of players they've both given up on. Not much really to say about it. W/r/t the ones the Nats received, they're both quite old by baseball standards. Burnett turns 27 in September, though as a lefty you hold out hope he might be a very late bloomer. Morgan turns 29 tomorrow. Hard to believe he's ever going to be better than he is now, which is barely adequate for an everyday player.

Now Dukes has been sent to Syracuse to take Milledge's place down on the farm. It's doubtful that will work out either. He just turned 25. It's doubtful he could bring much in trade value, if you can't nail down an everyday job with a team this bad, who's going to want you?

Posted by: Fairfax4 | July 1, 2009 3:12 PM | Report abuse

MLB has been back in this town for nearly five years and people still are unaware you can't trade draft picks. Then deals are discussed, and the only clubs discussed for swaps are the Mets and Red Sox (both of whom have plenty of area fans and probably prefer such deals from their teams' perspective).

When it comes to baseball culture in this town, I have simply four words to say: You people are ignorant. And while I concede going nearly two-thirds of a century withou a pennant race and more than three-quarters without postseason play is an excuse, it's running out of steam.

Clean house, starting at the top with the worthless Kasten (Bos, stop shilling for him). Hire a new GM for 2010 and a manager who knows something about the NL East (yep, Bobby Valentine). Change the culture!

Posted by: VPaterno | July 1, 2009 4:04 PM | Report abuse

it's like i've been in a coma for 50 years and just woke up

what has changed? last place? no kidding

Posted by: SofaKingCool2009 | July 1, 2009 5:38 PM | Report abuse

"it's like i've been in a coma for 50 years and just woke up

what has changed? last place? no kidding"

Yep. I'm 53, Boswell's a few uears p;d tam ,e. amd of eotjer pf is wamt tp see cpmtemding baseball -- , much less postseason baseball -- in Washington in our lifetime, changes need to be made throughout the organization. Why Bos is so blind to Kastem -- whose incompetence has proven that John Schuerholz was the key to the Braves' glory years -- confounds me.

Posted by: VPaterno | July 1, 2009 6:39 PM | Report abuse

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