Morning reading from soggy Viera
Since 35-year-old catchers aren't the only ones who feel tired when there's a day game after a night game, we'll get right to the links today. In the birdcage liner, I wrote about Adam Dunn's progress at first base. He was honest in saying he had hoped to be further along by now, but he's also optimistic he'll be a viable first baseman soon enough. Nyjer Morgan returned to the Nationals and looked great last night, which is a positive considering how valuable he was to them last year. When Jim Riggleman called Craig Stammen "a good bet" for the rotation, it made it possible to envision the pitching order once the season begins. Pat Listach can take the heat of being a third base coach. Some general observation make up this SI.com postcard from Viera.
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