(Here lies the body of the 2010 Washington Nationals. Image via www.tombstonebuilder.com*)
"I'm not happy with the year at all, I thought we should have won 75 ballgames. We didn't reach 70. So I'm certainly not satisfied with what we did. Now, am I satisfied with the effort we got and the intensity and the passion we played with? Yeah."
(Jim Riggleman, via Washington Post, 10/3/2010)
How can a team that looked so perfectly average at home (41-40) look so perfectly putrid on the road (28-53)? The world may never know.
Too many questions to ask heading into the offseason, starting with Adam Dunn. But instead, Nationals Enquirer staff would like to take a moment to give a tip of the cap and thank our loyal readers for stopping by all season.
Keep stopping by, and we'll try to keep the lights on for another season.
(*Inspiration for tombstone image via Boston Dirt Dogs dot com)