DMV: Strasburg Could Start Next Week

Word is Stephen Strasburg’s first post-Tommy John action will take place next week, probably for Hagerstown. [Nats Journal]

The Nats beat the Braves as Rick Ankiel hit two home runs. [WaPo]

Video of Nats fans and Mets fans brawling at Nats Park. [DCist]

I’m not sure, but this Nats column may be pointless. [Tracee Hamilton]

Grading the Nats’ Gomes, Marquis and Hairston trades. [Nats Baseball]

Jayson Werth’s bobblehead looks funny without its bat. [Nats Inquisition]

Racing Teddy gets back at Tito Francona for being a shithead. [Bog]

Local guy Tim Hightower will compete for the starting RB job. [The Insider]

Phillip Buchanon re-signs with the Skins, may be the third CB. [The Insider]

Skins bring in Shayne Graham to compete w/ Graham Gano. [Hogs Haven]

Appreciating Dan Snyder’s best FA signing, London Fletcher. [Jason Reid]

Nick Young gets consideration as the “NBA’s premier hipster.” [Deadspin]

Young scored an all-time Drew League-high 60 points. [Bullets Forever]

Goodman League vs. Drew League poster is funny. [Fuck Yeah John Wall]

Alex Ovechkin is leaving CCM for Bauer. [Alex Ovetjkin]

Haukur Palsson is leaving Maryland for Europe. Bummer. [Testudo Times]

Maryland was the first college team w/ names on jerseys. [Testudo Times]

JMU’s football stadium has a new, bad-ass scoreboard. [JMU Sports Blog]

WUSA sports director/anchor Brett Haber walks away. [Bog]

(Image taken with love from @Section138.)

4 thoughts on “DMV: Strasburg Could Start Next Week”

  1. In all seriousness, couldn’t you say this about any Tracee Hamilton column? She’s horrible. So’s Jason Reid. The Post sports columnists have been on a downward trajectory for a while now. Someone needs to say this.

  2. Amen.

    Tracee Hamilton’s columns have all the punch of claiming ‘water is wet’.

    Reid makes the JV columnist mistake of taking the most blatant, easiest shots at the local teams. Even worse, he does it in such a clumsy manner it barely registers.

    Reading these two rotely rehash Haynesworth and McNabb (they were bad moves, in case you were wondering) is the equivalent of jamming crocheting needles into my eyeballs.

    At least Boz and Jenkins can add something thought provoking — even if I don’t agree with it.

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