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I'll be completely honest, I never want to write ••• •••••'• name on Federal Baseball.com again. But he's back. There's a link to Washington Post writer Chico Harlan's post entitled, "Silence Broken, Job Lost", in the title above... All the video and the story that started all the talk again is on WUSA9.com's site in article by Matt King entitled, "Bowden Breaks His Silence On 9NEWS And WUSA9.com".

Federal Baseball.com Featured On Marlins Today.


Just did an interview with Marlins Today writer Alex Carver, which he's titled, "Know Thy Enemy 2009: Washington Nationals." Topics covered:, the Olsen/Willingham trade, Adam Dunn in '09?, Zimmermann and Martis, Nick Johnson and the Nationals' X factor...?(ed. note - Who do you think I picked?) Check it out, and I'll put up a Game Thread soon as we celebrate Kory Casto Day at Federal Baseball.com.

Federal Baseball.com Featured On The Good Point.


I contributed quotes to an article by Eric Rosenhek, a writer at The Good Point.com for an article entitled, "The Washington Nationals: Five Years Later", and Mr. Rosenhek just published it this morning.

"I've Become A Distraction..."


FORMER DC GM Jim Bowden announced his resignation this morning with those words, (and a few others), as of now no replacement has been named, but for anyone who's read the coverage of Asst. GM Mike Rizzo in this press this weekend...??? Oh, sure, I step away from my computer for a few hours...This is sooo Washington, DC though, releasing this story on a Sunday morning...more news to follow... You might avoid the printing press this way, but not the blogosphere..thanks to everyone who was on top of this... I guess when I asked at the end of the last post: Who do you expect the Nationals' GM to be on Monday? ...I wasn't too far off...though Team President Stan Kasten says it might take until the end of the week to name a replacement. Here's Nationals' Team President Stan Kasten's response from an Official Press Release. Here's the former DC GM Jim Bowden's parting words courtesy of the Washington Post's Chico Harlan in a Nationals Journal post entitled, "Bowden Statement." NEW POLL Who's Going To Be The Nationals' New GM?

Washington Times' Mark Zuckerman on XM's Inside Pitch...


I caught an interview with Washington Times' writer Mark Zuckerman on the XM's MLB Homeplate radio show "Inside Pitch" with Jeff Joyce and Kevin Kennedy, and jotted down a few notes about the conversation: Mark Zuckerman says:(paraphrasing, of course) -- The entire organization is preoccupied with the recent scandal. -- Doesn't think this is going away any time soon. --There is a chance Jim Bowden loses his job. -- The Nationals really need to change the perception of the team. Ownership taking a long look...Even if Bowden didn't do anything wrong... -- Manny Acta? No insinuation of Acta's involvement in any of this, but there's a lot of pressure on everyone in the organization. -- '09 Nationals? The team is healthy, which they were not in '08, a better offense with Dunn, Willingham added...w/out injuries should be a better team, at least doesn't think they'll lose 102 again.

Someone Please Tell Odalis Perez To Call The Washington Nationals...

Washington Post writer Chico Harlan's Nationals Journal post today entitled, "Bowden: Pick Up The Phone Odalis", might just be the height of ridiculousness, as the clock ticks on the veteran lefty's chance to make the trip to Florida and honor his contract before the Nationals have to get all legal on last year's Opening Night starter...Should we all post on phone # on our websites and blogs or something? Any way we can help?
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