Chico Harlan has written a history of Elijah Dukes, and it seems that both Jim Riggleman and Mike Rizzo think he should be around for the long haul. The Post also has bonus coverage of Dukes, for those of us who don't love slash-and-burn.
The Times goes in depth on the Nats' starting pitchers.
For the Nationals' final homestand, select tickets can be had for half off using coupon code "TEDDY".
In Mock's start on Sunday, he threw 115 pitches, a first for any rookie in Nationals history.
When Jim Tracy took over the Rockies on May 29, they were 18-28, the second worst team in baseball (one ahead of the Nationals, of course). Now they've got a good shot at making the playoffs, and the team largely has Tracy to thank.
Angel Villalona, who recently turned himself in to police, has been officially charged with murder -- and he wore a bulletproof vest to his arraignment. That sounds pretty serious!
With 13 games left in the season, the Astros fired their manager, Cecil Cooper. What?!
MLB Players Association is debating filing a grievance on behalf of recently suspended Cub Milton Bradley.