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Join Post columnist Tracee Hamilton at 9:30 this morning for the latest edition of her daily chat, when she'll discuss the Nationals and whatever else your sporting heart desires. See what's on her mind, and submit your questions.

By washingtonpost.com Sports Editor  |  May 14, 2010; 6:12 AM ET
 
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Over the last few weeks there have been several discussions of Nationals attendance, and how it fits into what may be a broader trend across MLB away from season tickets now that the novelty of new stadiums has worn off.

Some similar points made in a NY Times column today about the big dropoff in Mets (and also Indians) attendance. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/14/sports/baseball/14attendance.html?hp

Posted by: Meridian1 | May 14, 2010 8:01 AM | Report abuse

Too early to make comments about this season's league wide attendance. NATS are working off a two season of 100+ losses hangover.

Adam,

Did Zim finally get to wear Elvis?

Sec 204 Row H Seat 7

Posted by: adhardwick | May 14, 2010 8:57 AM | Report abuse

Wonder if Lannan becomes the long man once SS arrives; he seems to be ok for 3-4 innings before getting hit. There was one sure thing about our rotation this year; Marquis and Lannan were 1&2, amazes me are doing as well with these guys not producing.

Posted by: SCNatsFan | May 14, 2010 10:51 AM | Report abuse

It’s early. I know it’s early. But by this point in the season last year, it was already too late. The team was 12-21 and about to start a seven-game losing streak at the hands of the World Champion Phillies and lowly Pirates.

The team had yet to draft Strasburg, let alone sign him, and everyone was convinced that one or the other wouldn’t happen.

Daniel Cabrera was still taking the mount every fifth day.

Screw the best of times; it was just the worst of times.

Posted by: JohninMpls | May 14, 2010 10:52 AM | Report abuse

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