The Glass is Half Full...Before Sunday's game in Miami I had a chat with Nats hitting coach Lenny Harris. He said he's been working diligently with the hitters watching video and taking extra hitting in the cages. He's convinced his players will snap out of this rut they're in offensively. Lenny is a positive person and he believes it's just a matter of time
Good Vibes in the Clubhouse! Pope Benedict XVI blessed the Nats clubhouse on Thursday before leaving Nationals Park after saying mass in front of a sold out crowd. The Pope used Manny Acta's office as a dressing room and the Bishops used both the home and visiting clubhouses to change in. Again, a little Divine Intervention might be just what this Nationals team needs...
More than a billion eyes will be viewing Nationals Park on Thursday when Pope Benedict XVI says mass. Several members of the Nationals recorded greetings on Sunday that will be played on the scoreboard. Bench Coach Pat Corrales said, "Welcome to Nationals Park...Bless this park, we need all the help we can get!" New York...New York! Nats catcher Paul Lo Duca isn't sure what
Elijah Dukes told me before the game it's been punishment for him watching the Nats and not being able to play. He is out with a hamstring injury but he's making progress. He told me he's hitting in the cages and would love to participate in a couple rounds of batting practice on Thursday. However, head trainer Lee Kuntz said he appreciates Dukes' desire
The new ballpark is absolutely gorgeous!! You'll really be impressed and your kids will love it. They've got a Build-A-Bear Workshop for youngsters to create their very own bear, Screetch or Running President and lots of other cool things to do while watching the game. There are flat screen TV's EVERYWHERE so you won't miss any of the action!!! The ballpark really has a