DMV: Not Bad for a Rookie Hitting .217

The day Thomas Boswell turned on his love light and the day after taking Roy Halladay deep, Danny Espinosa hit two homers off of Cliff Lee as the Nats beat Philly 10-2. Espinosa now has 10 HR, tied for the most among rookies. [WaPo]

Espinosa is joined by Wilson Ramos in the NL ROY race. [Hardball Talk]

Ryan Zimmerman to play in an extended spring training game. [Nats Journal]

Elijah Dukes was arrested yet again. [WTSP]

Getting to know Brad Peacock, the Nats’ top pitching prospect. [FJB, NJ]

J. Werth is the most overrated non-Yankee, according to players. [SBNDC]

Yelp says Nats Park is MLB’s fifth-worst ballpark. Camden is fifth-best. [538]

O’s losing streak hits 5 despite Guthrie’s complete game. [Steve Melewski]

Manny Machado shoots up Keith Law’s top 100 prospects. [Camden Chat]

Mark Reynolds is on the wrong side of the Mendoza Line again. [Toy Dept.]

Dan Snyder is dragging Steinz into the City Paper lawsuit. [City Desk]

Steinberg provides a good roundup of Snyder’s latest media tour. [Bog]

Haynesworth’s road rage incident will be settled out of court. [Crime Scene]

A statistical analysis of what the future holds for Ovechkin. [RMNB]

Gilbert Arenas may or may not be back on Twitter. [Truth About It]

JMU baseball, which led the nation in scoring, is in the College WS. [JMUSB]

5 thoughts on “DMV: Not Bad for a Rookie Hitting .217”

  1. JMU’s not in the College World Series, they’re in the Tournament’s opening round. They’d have to advance past three teams in Chapel Hill then win a Super Regional series to get to Omaha.

    Also, nice work finding so many negative Nats storylines, including that redicilous Yelp survey, after a 10-2 win over the Scum.

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