"We obviously heard about the problems that had existed in the past [under MLB], and that's why we changed shipping companies...Obviously, there's much more that needs to be fixed."
(Stan Kasten, via Washington Post, 3/27/2007)
Kasten rethinking decision to fire DHL, hire a donkey to deliver tickets.
Season ticket holders aren't happy, but look on the bright side: you might be better off WITHOUT tickets if the NAAAts are as bad as some people say they'll be. (The Nationals Enquirer believes they won't finish last in the NL East.)
- Bergmann will be #5 to start the season. Here's Mark Zuckerman's assessment of Bergmann's performance yesterday: "Horrible in the first, solid after that." Here's Robert Fick's assessment of Bergmann's performance yesterday: "He showed some [guts? cojones?]. And nothing against him, but you know, we haven't seen that out of Bergmann yet, and that's pretty special."
- Felipe Lopez, quietly having a bad Spring at the plate as he makes the transition from short to second, took a day off yesterday because of a stiff neck: "Those pillows at the hotel are really thick."
- Call him
- NAAAts fading in Grapefruit League race.
- Mark Lerner almost positive there will be enough parking at the new stadium.