DMV: O’s Keep Up With Nats in Fail Dept.

oriloes-twitter.jpgDMV is a daily roundup of District-Maryland-Virginia (mostly) sporting links.

Not to be outdone by the Natinals Nationals, the O’s Twitter touted “oriloes.com”. [Home Run Derby]

The Oriloes Orioles have been added to our Twitter guide. [Mr. Irrelevant]

The O’s drafted Al “The Bee” Bumbry’s kid, Steven, out of Va. Tech. [Roch Kubatko]

O’s lose another, drop to 25-34, which is the worst record in the AL. [The Sun]

Nats lose a rain-delayed 12-inning game in front of dozens. [WaPo]

Another Nats fail, this time of the late-night TV variety. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Nats sign No. 10 pick Drew Storen right away. Make him close. [WaPo]

Wilbon wouldn’t sign Strasburg. I wouldn’t read Wilbon. [Michael Wilbon]

Frank Howard works for Jim Beam. [Lovey Land]

LaRon Landry showed up at OTAs today. [@redskinsblog]

Some odd cats showed up on Redskins.com. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Skins punter Hunter Smith is in a rock band. [D.C. Sports Bog]

The PBA invites Smoot to enter a PBA event. [D.C. Sports Bog]

Ex-Cav Damon Jones gets turned away at D.C. club. [Cleveland.com]

A look at recruiting one-and-dones like Lance Stephenson. [Josh Peters]

Another sports blogs vs. MSM royal rumble, this time with Ken Rosenthal playing the Buzz Bissinger role. [Midwest Sports Fans]

The HBO-sponsored Screen on the Green returns to D.C. July 20. [DCist]

Alexandria’s waterfront is “dirty as a rag man’s asspipe.” [We Love DC]

Today: Reds-Nats (4:35), Mariners-O’s (7:05), Lakers-Magic (9)

One thought on “DMV: O’s Keep Up With Nats in Fail Dept.”

  1. Wilbon use to be good but he sucks now. I’m wondering if the Nats had passed on Strasburg if Wilbon’s article would have been about the Nats owners not wanting to spend money to get the best player in the draft. That they were slowing going down the road to becoming the Pirates or Royals.

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