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November 18, 2010

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No Dunn, no Willingham, no Strasburg...no fans in 2011.

Way to go, Nats! :(

But there's always Bryce Harper's June 2011 debut to look forward to, right?

One, if Dunn signs with the O's then Rizzo will be sweating bullets all season. When there are plenty of people who could easily go to see either team, and you let a fan favorite leave....you better be damn sure you're right about him. Also, the logic that I can't get behind is that if we have a player where "there aren't a lot of those guys out there" why does that mean we're trading him. Wouldn't it be nice to be glad you have, and subsequently want to keep those rare players? That is the plan, eventually right?

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