Is the Nationals pitching really that Good??

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    If the Nationals pitching is this good why are they the N.L Wild Card??

    #111619
    jimjim
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    Didn’t we win 5 of 7 regular season games?

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    well they do have great pitching but we are making them all look like legends. I guess when sanchez who I consider a serviceable pitcher at best, almost no hit us, I should have known we were going to go into one of those funks which obviously the post season isn’t the time for it. when our guys are in this funk, heck I thing the ball boys could get them pout.

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    also tbrow, they had a horrible start to the season. they were the better team in their division the second half.

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    I don’t know who I want fired but someone is going to have to take the fall for the total failure of our offense.

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    Maybe the Mabry Effect lingers on? Anyone having anything to do with the offense should at the very least be administered an in-your-face scolding.

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    We absolutely must fire another assistant batting coach before next season.

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    Baseball is very streaky and momentum based. We had it in 2011. We beat a superior pitching staff in Philly like we owned them. Maybe it is just Washington’s turn. I’m happy getting to NLCS this year.

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    I get it! I think this team has exceeded preseason expectations!

    #111694
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    meaning the Cardinals.

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    no the Cardinals offense is DOG BLEEP!

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    Yes, their pitching is that good and no we don’t need to fire anybody. The postseason is about who gets hot and they are hot.

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    Big stuff really plays in the postseason. That’s why it’s important to have guys who have the potential to dominate, especially in today’s game of inflated bullpens. Having a guy like Reyes step forward without being hurt next year or a trade for a Robbie Ray would make our rotation look pretty darn nice.

    Certainly the Cards have not had the bats going at all this series, but apart from Sanchez, the Cards faced two of the top 5 starters in the NL. They’ll face another top 10ish guy tonight.

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