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Today’s Lunch – Awkward!

Posted on May 16, 2008 at 12:06 pm

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Ok, yeah, so I’m trying something new here. Live and unedited! Eek!

Accompanying links:

After losing three out of four home games to the lowly Washington Nationals as termed by Newsday, Willie Randolph is officially in danger of losing his job, writes Jim Baumbach.


Martinez Hits Guillen Twice – Benches Clear

Nats Inner Harbor Invasion

Peter Angelos Doesn’t Care


Hopefully I had my facts right. Egads – off the cuff is hard!

3 Responses to “Today’s Lunch – Awkward!”

  1. Simon Oliver Lockwood says:

    Interesting video blog (vilog? V-Blog? vid-log?). The only interleague rivalries that I see involving any real hatred are Mets / Yankees and Cubs / White Sox. And those fans hated each other long before interleague play. Giants / A’s doesn’t involve that sort of active dislike between the two fanbases. I remember in the 1989 series fans wearing 1/2 and 1/2 hats with the Giants’ logo on one side and the A’s logo on the other. The media (especially can’t really go into the real reason Nats fans hate the Orioles — because that hatred is directed at the owner for non-field-related reasons.

    We’ve got the start for a rivalry with the Mets: the bitter games, our knocking them out of the race last year, and the potential of head-to-head competition between Zim and David Wright as faces of the franchises. We just need to go head-to-head with them in a real pennant race or two. That’s what develops the, “I’m a fan of two teams — the Nats and whoever’s playing the Mets,” attitude.

  2. misschatter says:

    I think the techie-term is ‘vlog’? Good point on historic rivalries – I grew up with the Cubs/White Sox one.

    Would love to go head to head with the Mets in a real pennant race (or more!). That could be fun!

  3. Dave says:

    I think the rivalry is the Mets, the way it’s shaping up. There have been some great games and series against the Phillies, and they’re closer, but it seems to be the Mets series that get everybody worked up.

    Other ex-Nats on the Mets now: Endy Chavez, Marlon Anderson. And of course, don’t forget that our skipper is the Mutts’ former 3B coach.

    Great video blogging!


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