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Pittsburgh Pirates
@ Washington Nationals

Wednesday, Jun 9, 2010, 7:05 PM EDT
Nationals Park

Brad Lincoln vs John Lannan

Cloudy. Winds blowing from right to left field at 10-15 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 70.

DC Starting Lineup:

  1. The Guzzzzzz - 2B
  2. NMIMH Nyjer Morgan - CF
  3. THE KIDS CALL HIM ZIM!!! - 3B (Word.)
  4. THE BIG GWHR!!! - 1B
  5. The Hammer Josh Willingham - LF
  6. Roger "The Flying" Bernadina - RF
  7. Ian "The Future" Desmond - SS
  8. Wil "Blocker" Nieves - C
  9. John "Cool Hand" Lannan - Eating 40 Eggs

LINKS:

Washington Nationals: Bryce Harper Teleconference.
Washington Nationals: Stephen Strasburg Worked Without Net.
Draft: Day 2 Highlighted by Solis, Cole

Complete Coverage >


• For A Pittsburgh Pirates Fan's Perspective, Check Out The SB Nation's: Bucs Dugout.

• Today's Starting Pitchers Are Going To Stare At You Now:


John Lannan

#31 / Pitcher / Washington Nationals

6-4

215

L

L

Sep 27, 1984

'09 Stats - (9-13), 33 GS, 206.1 IP, 3.88 ERA, ERA+ = 108, 4.70 FIP, 68 BB (2.97 BB/9), 89 K's (3.88 K/9), 1.35 WHIP.

'10 Stats - (2-3), 11 GS, 62.0 IP, 4.79 ERA, ERA+ = 76, 5.17 FIP, 28 BB (4.06 BB/9), 20 K's (2.09 K/9), 1.63 WHIP.

vs PIT - (0-3), 4 GS, 23.0 IP, 29 H, 14 R, 13 ER, 3 HR's, 5 BB, 11 K's, 5.09 ERA, 1.48 WHIP, .299 BAA.



Brad Lincoln

#32 / Pitcher / Pittsburgh Pirates

6-0

210

L

R

May 25, 1985

'10 Stats - (Triple-A Indianapolis) - (6-2), 11 GS, 68.1 IP, 54 H, 26 R, 24 ER, 7 HR's, 14 BB, 55 K's, 0.99 WHIP.


• Bucs vs Lannan -

Ronny Cedeno - 3 for 9, .333 AVG.

Ryan Church - 5 for 13, .385 AVG, 3 2B, 2 HR's, 6 RBI's.

Ryan Doumit - 3 for 9, .333 AVG.

Andy LaRoche - 3 for 9, .333 AVG.

Andrew McCutchen - 2 for 3, .667 AVG, 1 2B.

Lastings Milledge - 2 for 7, .286 AVG, 2 RBI's.

• LINKS:

Mike Prada - "In Stephen Strasburg's Debut, Rest Of Nationals' Core Makes Its Mark" - SB Nation DC

"Last night's game was a watershed moment for the Nationals because of Stephen Strasburg, but let's not forget that the other players who stepped up are the same ones that have been leading the way all season."

The Hardball Times - "Double-digit K’s in a MLB debut" - Chris Jaffe..

"Tonight, Stephen Strasburg is doing one heckuva job living up to the hype. In his first six innings, he's fanned 11 with no walks, and…"

• Mr. Wilbon? Way To Go Nats!!!

• Who's Watching The Nationals?