DMV: Dmitri Young Is the Real Roy Hobbs

da-meathook-natural.jpgDMV is a daily roundup of District-Maryland-Virginia (mostly) sporting links. 

Da Meathook, fit as a fiddle, homers in his first Spring Training action in a month. [WaPo]

Nats look like a slightly below-average team after all. [Thomas Boswell]

O’s supplant Nats as the longest of the World Series longshots. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Wily Mo, who we once had such high hopes for, gets let go. [Nats Journal]

The O’s rotation makes the Nats’ look like the ’90s Braves. [Peter Schmuck]

Do not want, Lastings: “I’m not an 80-to-100-walk guy. I’m going to be an aggressive leadoff hitter like [Cristian Guzman].” [MLB.com]

Double-do not want: Jay Cutler, now readily available. [Charles Robinson]

Stop with the April Fool’s jokes. Please. Not funny. At all. [Bullets Forever]

Seriously, stop. I’m starting to hate you. [Camden Chat]

Gilbert’s latest behind-the-coach’s-back, media-frustrating antics. [Outlet]

Formally introducing Michael Lee to the Post’s Wizards beat. [Wiz Insider]

Born Ready’s delayed announcement good for the Terps? [Testudo Times]

Caps are about to start a waiting list for season tickets. [WaPo]

For your own safety, do not chirp at Donald Brashear. [D.C. Sports Bog]

D.C. United’s rather excellent Fairfield Inn commercial. [Soccer Insider]

Tonight: Islanders at Caps (7 p.m.), Wiz at Grizzlies (8)

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