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A Small World

Posted on December 5, 2008 at 10:01 am

By AllStarsPlus Yesterday I traveled to Virginia Beach to do some memorabilia work with Ryan Zimmerman which I will have to write about later as there is bigger news as the Nationals made one of their most important signings yesterday. John Philbin was signed as the Nats' strength and conditioning coach and Elizabeth Wheeler as physical therapist. Its amazing when this type of talent is only a few miles away. John emailed me that it is "A Small World" and in ... Continue Reading

Be Your Own Fan

Posted on May 15, 2008 at 11:30 am

Well, I totally thought I was late to the party on this, but since (as of last night) posts were still popping up on the subject, I guess I'll go ahead and weigh in after all! What subject? Why, the Elijah Dukes-led 'softball' cheering from the Nationals dugout at Shea Stadium during the first game of this Mets series. Mr. Chatter and I were watching the game on tv and I only noticed general cheering. He exclaimed, "they're cheering for ... Continue Reading

That’s Chat’s Nats : 03-22-08 Ballpark

Posted on March 22, 2008 at 10:24 am

One week to go til opening day! I was thrilled to get an invitation to tour the interior of the Nationals new ballpark this week. Here is the video that goes along with the [Photoset]. Continue Reading

This isn’t fantasy baseball

Posted on March 4, 2006 at 11:42 am

Ya know, it's funny. After the heartbreaking loss of Brad Wilkerson and Jamey Carroll during the off-season, I came to the conclusion Bowden ran the team as if he were playing fantasy baseball. Names and stats were just that, not people behind those names who cared to play for the team, and who fans cared about. I realize there are some moves that must be made in the best interest of the team, but most still question the Wilkerson (and ... Continue Reading

Sorry! Sori! Sorry!

Posted on February 23, 2006 at 4:15 pm

I'm engaging in my own version of spring training so I can have sympathetic muscle aches and pains along with the guys (oh yeah, and with impending spring, realize I'll be behind the ball with further hibernation as tri season is fast approaching). I hurt all over, can't seem to stretch the pain out yet, and am tired from getting up early - oh yeah, and reek of chlorine. Yeah, swimming is my worst event, but in effort to work ... Continue Reading


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