DMV: Baltimore’s Stealth ROY Candidate

brad-bergesen-mug.jpgDMV is a daily roundup of District-Maryland-Virginia (mostly) sporting links.

We did this with Guthrie in ’07 and Lannan in ’08, so we might as well with Bergesen in ’09. He’s been the O’s best starter (5-2 with a 3.76 ERA and 1.22 WHIP) and his past month has been phenomenal (4-0 with a 2.23). Plus, he rocks the flat brim and has the stuff to stick around. So Bergesen for AL Rookie of the Year it is, and, should he falter, there’s Nolan Reimold and Matt Wieters to fall back on. [Krem's Sports Blog]

O’s lose to Jon Lester, who’s now 8-0 vs. Baltimore. [The Sun]

Catching up with O’s ’80s icon Floyd “Sugar Bear” Rayford. [Toy Dept.]

Scott Olsen sparkles in his return; Nats still lose to Florida 4-2. [WaPo]

Is Willie Harris really the Nats’ best, most popular player? [Lovey Land]

It was awful offense, and not the bullpen, that failed the Nats in June. [OMG]

Chris Cooley found a dead cow and set it on fire. [Chris Cooley]

Skins blogger interviews rookie LB Robert Henson over BBQ. [Hogs Haven]

The creator of Extreme Skins starts a new Skins board. [City Desk]

Having Sam Cassell on the Wiz bench is interesting. [D.C. Sports Bog]

A quick primer on the Caps free agency situation and needs. [Japers' Rink]

Assessing Chris Turner heading into his senior season. [Tracking the Terps]

The stars arrive in D.C. for Tiger’s tourney at Congressional. [TWT]

The U.S. soccer team plays Honduras in RFK next week. [NBC Washington]

Two days old, but an amazing read: Eli Saslow on the Metro crash. [WaPo]

Today: Red Sox-O’s (7:05), Nats-Marlins (7:10)

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