What happened to baseball?

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  1. Losing 5 out of 6 on the homestand in soulcrushing rarely have the lead fashion might have had something to do with it. We’re not playing teams in the playoff race and we’re losing ugly. Espinosa’s big day to start the homestand on Labor Day was worthy of more coverage.

    It is what it is. You’ve got to win and be in a pennant race to earn the coverage. I’m as bummed out about the Senators loss as the Nats loss.

    I realize I’ll get shot down for this, but I’m done with Teddy. I’ve been to maybe 40 games this year. I root for a team that loses enough games already. This whole embrace losing Teddy seems to say something about the tolerance for losing in the whole org. My new thing when I go to the park is to say to find Teddy and say “The Nats losing is all your fault!” On the other hand, it takes no guts to root for Abe the juicer. I’ve gone from “Let Teddy Win” to “Teddy, Earn It!” and “Make Abe Lose”.

    If they let the hardcore fans who attend all the games down the stretch see a Teddy win to close out the season, I’d be impressed by the PR department. But it’s not going to happen.

    Basically, I’m a George guy. I like DC and the city is named after him.

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