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DMV Links: Goodbye Manny, Hello Dunn?

kearns-and-dunn.jpgDMV is a daily roundup of District-Maryland-Virginia (mostly) sporting links.

Manny-to-Washington isn’t happening.” Thanks, Jimbo! [Nationals Journal]

Adam Dunn has — and has had — an offer on the table from the Nationals. Sign on the line that is dotted, sir. [SI’s Jon Heyman]

The dream team of MLB free agents still available. [OMG]

“Staffers at the [Post] will no longer get paid extra for doing chats and blogs on wp.com.” From what I hear, this doesn’t really affect Sports. [Washington City Paper]

Caps win third straight despite only one shot from Ovechkin. [Caps Insider]

Maryland scores 91 at UNC, yet loses by 17. [Terrapins Insider]

Terps stay on five-star recruit Lance Stephenson’s list. [Testudo Times]

Mason’s 11-0 at home after beating Hofstra. [Washington Post]

Georgetown snaps five-game skid with home win over Rutgers. [WaPo]

Baltimore signs utility man Ty Wigginton to a two-year deal. [Baltimore Sun]

New O’s starter Rich Hill (via Chicago) is worth the low risk. [Camden Chat]

Collin Balester gives up No. 40 for new Nat Daniel Cabrera. [Bally’s Blog]

JaVale is averaging 14.5, 8 and 1.5 in his past two. [Yahoo! Sports]

An interview on team building with Caps GM George McPhee. Hope you’re taking notes, Mssrs. Cerrato, Bowden and Grunfeld. [Homer McFanboy]

Somehow, the Dead Tree Crew gets no mention in Steinberg’s “memorable moments in D.C. sporting drug history” post. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Bucs promote Doug Williams to Coordinator of Pro Scouting. [PFT]

One year after being considered for the Skins head coaching job, Jim Fassel is coaching in the UFL. [Las Vegas Review-Journal]

Tonight: Nets at Wiz (7 p.m.) and JMU at Georgia State (7:30)

D.C. sports fan and digital media guy that's been doing this since 2004. Once threw a football further than Chris Cooley.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. twoeightnine

    February 4, 2009 at 9:24 AM

    Does that make Steinz a volunteer now?

  2. Jamie Mottram

    February 4, 2009 at 9:38 AM

    Steinz makes cheddar. Literally, they pay him in cheese.

  3. The Mayor

    February 4, 2009 at 12:31 PM

    “Somehow, the Dead Tree Crew gets no mention in Steinberg’s “memorable moments in D.C. sporting drug history” post”

    I am what I am. And that is a Car Salesman.

    We fight, we fuck, we smoke, we drink and we do motherfucking drugs.

    Can’t blame me if I carry all those traits with me to FedEx Field!

  4. Jamie Mottram

    February 4, 2009 at 2:08 PM

    Welcome back, Mayor. Missed you!

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