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2019 WORLD SERIES CHAMPION Washington Nationals Thread (Strasburg has re-signed, 7 yrs $245m))

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The kid can rake!

 

I mean he should be an upgrade over Difo. 

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1 minute ago, skinfan2k said:

so who is being put on the DL or being sent down? Noll?

 

Noll is back to Fresno. But they need to make a spot on the 40 man roster for Kieboom too. So someone has to go.

 

Haven't seen who yet.

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36 minutes ago, CRobi21 said:

 

Noll is back to Fresno. But they need to make a spot on the 40 man roster for Kieboom too. So someone has to go.

 

Haven't seen who yet.

 

Was initially thinking Rosenthal but looking at our 40 man roster, there are numerous other options with even less chance than Rosenthal of contributing positively to the Nats in the next two years. 

 

http://m.nationals.mlb.com/was/roster/40-man/

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Happy for kieboom, his bat will work up here and he seems to have the mental makeup to handle the pro game.

 

Also a little more worried about Trea. Havent really heard anything at all from the team

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1 hour ago, StillUnknown said:

Happy for kieboom, his bat will work up here and he seems to have the mental makeup to handle the pro game.

 

Also a little more worried about Trea. Havent really heard anything at all from the team

 

Zuckerman's article this morning referenced Trea in a brace earlier this week. He was not in a brace before. http://www.masnsports.com/nationals-pastime/2019/04/if-history-is-guide-nats-will-give-kieboom-chance-to-stay.html 

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Koda Glover is eternally injured.  He was shut down way back in mid-February for a "forearm strain." Both the team and Glover downplayed the injury as nothing serious.  Now here we are 2 months later and he's put on the 60 day DL.

 

Does he have any future in baseball?

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1 hour ago, Dan T. said:

Koda Glover is eternally injured.  He was shut down way back in mid-February for a "forearm strain." Both the team and Glover downplayed the injury as nothing serious.  Now here we are 2 months later and he's put on the 60 day DL.

 

Does he have any future in baseball?

 

Tball coach, but not coach pitch. 

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Carter Kieboom in the lineup tonight against Padres' LHP Matt Strahm, batting 9th and playing short, if they can dodge the rain:

 

RF Adam Eaton
CF Victor Robles
3B Anthony Rendon
LF Juan Soto
1B Ryan Zimmerman
C Yan Gomes
2B Brian Dozier
RHP Max Scherzer
SS Carter Kieboom

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17 minutes ago, StillUnknown said:

i remember this fellow on the mound

 

 

Glad he's back...

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Max should not be pitching the 8th, I assume he's being a decoy with his helmet on, but Davey has to take a stand here. We've seen this movie too many times before.

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Huge double-play, whew

 

*the strike-out and pick-off. Delayed post, weird.

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This umpire ****ing blows.

 

Gave Mitch Kramer a couple inches on both sides of the plate.

 

Barraclough paints. Ball.

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