Category Archives: Chien-Ming Wang

Dunn gone, Flores and Gonzalez agree to terms

A busy day in Nats Town on Thursday. Of course, it began with the departure of first baseman Adam Dunn, who signed a four-year, $56 million contract with the Chicago White Sox. We’ll see what plan the front office can execute to fill that spot in the… Continue reading

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A Taiwanese Brian Lawerence

Since we are on the subject of forties–
Nationals.com reports that Nationals pitcher Chien-Ming Wang will not pitch one single major league game in Nationals uniform in 2010 due to a weak shoulder. He is preparing to enter the Fall instructional league to build strength, stretch out and get ready for the 2011. Wang is arbitration-eligible [...] Continue reading

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Remind You of 2005?

It shouldn’t.
The Nationals of 2005 were a very different animal than the Nationals of 2010. In many ways, it feels the same, and Mark Zuckerman wrote today of the last time that the Nationals were four games above .500. But on September 18, 2005, the Nationals were riding the escalator down, while our 2010 Nationals [...] Continue reading

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