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Box Seats: Reaction to Kasten

Box Seats, the new Washington Post blog by and for D.C. area sports fans, features two posts today about Stan Kasten's departure from the Washington Nationals.

One blogger isn't sure what to think, and the other gives Kasten an incomplete.

By Alexa Steele  | September 24, 2010; 11:56 AM ET
 
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Not sure what to think and giving an incomplete? Come on, either position is Santa Claus type generosity.

What results did Stan produce? I have distaste for the piles of half-truths and flat out lies he blathered all over DC for years on end, but maybe I am thin skinned when it comes to that kind of stuff. So, obljectively I have to ask what actual results can we thank Stan for bringing us? I don't come up with a big list.

It breaks down this way for me: If Stan was the man in control all these years, he sucked big time; if Stan was not in control (the Lerners holding him back maybe) then he was not going to take control at this point, so he would continue his big time sucking had he stayed. So why should we care so much that he's leaving?

Posted by: dfh21 | September 24, 2010 12:07 PM | Report abuse

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