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New York Mets
@ Washington Nationals

Friday, Jul 2, 2010, 7:05 PM EDT
Nationals Park

Jon Niese vs Luis Atilano

Clear. Winds blowing out to left field at 5-10 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 80.

DC Starting Lineup:

  1. NMIMH Nyjer Morgan - CF
  2. The Guzzzzzz - 2B
  3. THE KIDS CALL HIM ZIM!!! - 3B (Word.)
  4. THE BIG NOT A DH - 1B
  5. The Hammer Josh Willingham - LF
  6. Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez - C
  7. Michael "The Code" Morse - RF
  8. Ian "The Future" Desmond - SS
  9. Luis Atilano - SP

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


Luis Atilano

#56 / Pitcher / Washington Nationals

6-2

220

R

R

May 10, 1985

'09 Stats - Double-A Harrisburg/Triple-A Syracuse - (9-8), 23 G, 22 GS, 125.2 IP, 154 H, 61 R, 56 ER, 14 HR, 28 BB (2.1 BB/9), 66 K's (4.8 K/9), 1.45 WHIP.

'10 Stats - Triple-A Syracuse - (2-0), 2 GS, 11.0 IP, 10 H, 2 ER, 1 HR, 2 BB, 9 K's.

'10 Stats - w/ DC - (6-4), 13 GS, 72.2 IP, 4.33 ERA, ERA+ = 95, 4.73 FIP, 25 BB (3.10 BB/9), 33 K's (4.09 K/9), 1.43 WHIP.

vs NYM - (1-1), 2 GS, 4.1 IP, 9 H, 7 R, 6 ER, 0 HR, 3 BB, 1 K, 12.46 ERA, 2.77 WHIP, .429 BAA.



Jon Niese

#49 / Pitcher / New York Mets

6-4

215

L

L

Oct 27, 1986

'09 Stats - (1-1), 5 GS, 25.2 IP, 4.21 ERA, ERA+ = 99, 3.25 FIP, 9 BB (3.16 BB/9), 18 K's (6.84 K/9), 1.40 WHIP.

'10 Stats - (5-2), 13 GS, 75.0 IP, 3.84 ERA, ERA+ = 105, 3.93 FIP, 27 BB (3.24 BB/9), 57 K's (6.84 K/9), 1.45 WHIP.

vs DC - (0-0), 1 GS, 4.1 IP, 6 H, 6 ER, 1 HR, 5 BB, 3 K's, 12.46 ERA, 2.54 ERA, .333 BAA.


Washington Nationals' Skipper Jim Riggleman phoned in to the Sirius/XM MLB Network Radio show "First Pitch" with Rob Dibble and Jim Memolo this morning, and Mr. Riggleman discussed what the Nats are doing to get their sputtering offense going:

Jim Riggleman: "You know, it's no secret, we think that we're a better offense club than what we've shown. You tinker with the lineup a little bit, now and then we move [Cristian] Guzman around or we switch three and four with [Adam] Dunn and [Ryan] Zimmerman every now and then, but the lineup is pretty much what it is. We think it should be more productive but for whatever reason, everybody's individual numbers are for the most part OK, but collectively we just havent' made it work."

• Mr. Wilbon? Way To Go Nats!!!

• Who's Watching The Nationals?