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  • True, but Then We Wouldn’t Have All This Delicious Drama. Who needs the soaps? With the Washington Nationals on a hot winning streak, manager Jim Riggleman decided yesterday was the best time to up and quit. This after the team didn’t meet his deadline to extend his contract past this year. Bench coach John McLaren has been named the interim manager, and SB Nation’s Rob Neyer ‘s writes that the Nationals are still very much a promising team. Say what now? Yes, there are several reasons to believe the team’s future is better than its past.
[Clinton Yates, SB Nation]

    True, but Then We Wouldn’t Have All This Delicious Drama. Who needs the soaps? With the Washington Nationals on a hot winning streak, manager Jim Riggleman decided yesterday was the best time to up and quit. This after the team didn’t meet his deadline to extend his contract past this year. Bench coach John McLaren has been named the interim manager, and SB Nation’s Rob Neyer ‘s writes that the Nationals are still very much a promising team. Say what now? Yes, there are several reasons to believe the team’s future is better than its past.

    [Clinton Yates, SB Nation]

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