Tracee Hamilton hosts Q&A on the Nats today at 9:30 a.m.
In case you haven't noticed yet, sports columnist Tracee Hamilton now hosts a daily chat each morning. It's called First Things First, and today she's talking about the Nats. Here are her opening thoughts:
"A great spate of April Fools Day jokes rolled out of Florida yesterday. Willy Taveras was named platoon partner for Willie Harris in right field. (Taveras' total pro innings played in RF: 1, as far as I can tell.) Vegas apparently got the news: The Nats are 75-1 shots (worst in baseball) to make the World Series and 150-1 to win it (tied for worst in baseball). And that was before Cristian Guzman played an inning in right field.
All knee-slappers -- except they're all true. So there's another April Fools Day, shot to hell. More importantly, shouldn't the Nats have taken care of the yawning gap in right field by now? What do you say, Nats Nation?"
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