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CLEVELAND - JUNE 13:  Ivan Rodriguez #7 of the Washington Nationals walks to the dugout before the game against the Cleveland Indians on June 13, 2010 at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio.  (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
CLEVELAND - JUNE 13: Ivan Rodriguez #7 of the Washington Nationals walks to the dugout before the game against the Cleveland Indians on June 13, 2010 at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
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  Dan Steinberg has written a great piece on the MLB authentication process, and authenticating Stephen Strasburg's first game in particular. Worth a read by anyone even remotely interested in baseball.

  The Nats have now signed 22 players from this year's draft, including 12 of their top 20 picks. Of course, that doesn't include Bryce Harper, though Mike Rizzo is optimistic a deal will be made.

  Strasburg is getting all the press, but Drew Storen has been very impressive this year as well.

  If you were planning on bringing K signs to Strasburg's next start, you should probably read this.

  Rob Dibble might be a cheerleader, but he sure is funny when he starts cheerleading about Strasburg

  Nationals Baseball wonders if Nyjer Morgan should be platooned, sharing time with Bernadina.

  Despite rumors that he might be headed to the nation's capital, Roy Oswalt will likely be traded to the Rangers.

  MASN did a bit on Strasburg's pitch grips, recapped by the Sports Bog.

  Strasburg won the NL Player of the Week award last week. Could he make the All-Star team this year? There is precedent...