Nationals News: Enjoy While Eating Edition

Nationals News

  Jim Riggleman has confirmed what we have known for years: baseball should not be physically taxing.

  Shairon Martis was not among those called up in September because he had reached his innings limit, pitching 160 innings between Syracuse and the Nationals.

  Big League Stew recaps the Nationals "forgotten" 2009 season.

  Jim Riggleman has posted some interesting thoughts on MASN's blog.

  Drew Storen and Stephen Strasburg met at Nationals Park, where Storen told Strasburg about the minors that he'll probably never experience.

  Although the Nationals lost again last night, the game was an exciting one, and tonight's should be worth watching.

  Jim Riggleman won't be throwing all his new guys on the field just yet, because he feels he has a responsibility to play well against contending teams. FJB is still not a huge Riggleman fan.

  Following last night's games, Nats Farm Authority confirms that the Nationals can pick no lower than 13th next year.

Non-Nationals News

  As we saw last night, Brad Lidge may not be the Phillies' closer anymore, just a year after going 42-42 in save opportunities last year.

  Jim 'Catfish' Hunter, who fell to Lou Gehrig's disease ten years ago today, is remembered in a post at Big League Stew. Quite the character, he was.

  Derek Jeter has officially tied Lou Gehrig's record for hits as a Yankee, notching his 2,721st last night.

  Baltimore's #8 statue remembering Cal Ripken was stolen from Camden Yards... only to be found in a pickup truck about an hour later.

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