When I last took questions for Nationals minor leaguer Ryan Tatusko - who will start his first full season in the organization at Double-A Harrisburg next week - we couldn't make it through all of the ones you submitted. So, before leaving Viera this week, I caught up with Tatusko to discuss the rest of your questions for him.
This time, we decided to conduct the interview in a podcast format; it's available below, and you can download it by clicking on the downward arrow. There's some good stuff in here, particularly with Tatusko talking about just how minor leaguers make ends' meet during and after the season.
Also: I've been nominated as one of Washington's favorite sports journalists on Twitter over at TBD. If you'd like to vote for me in the contest, you can do so here. Lots of excellent candidates in this poll, but it's kind of fun for me to be among them. Since I started using Twitter back at the Washington Times at the beginning of the 2009 season, it's been a big part of my Nats coverage, and a great way to stay connected with all of you. So it's cool to be recognized for that.
Anyway, the podcast of my interview with Tatusko is below. Enjoy it, and start thinking of another round of questions for him - we'll keep this going throughout the season in a variety of formats (print, video, a live chat with readers, etc.):