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July 22, 2013

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I still think we're tipping our swings.

Though ... if you're going to fire someone ... the product of the hitting coach has been lacking, wouldn't you agree? By the same token, if the Nats bats were league-leading, instead of lead-lagging, folks would be talking about Eckstein as a possible successor to Davey.

Nationals had a great team. Won a championship. Than made to many changes. KNOCKED down morale that will be hard to repair. Keep up the bad work!!!

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