I don't see much of the weekend games. I got stuff to do. That lawn isn't going to mow itself, and the damn zoning board won't let me buy a herd of ill-tempered goats to do it for me. But I'm not regretting it this weekend, because getting swept by the Cubs isn't something I necessarily want to savor every moment of.
Here's something to think about: we've had Ryan Langerhans for three games now. How is he being used? Let's take a look.
May 4: defensive replacement in 8th inning for Casto
May 5: defensive replacement in 6th for Casto
May 6: started, 2 hits in 3 ABs, pinch hit for by Da Meat Hook with two men on in the 7th
The Nats are apparently thinking that the dude isn't good enough to start more than once a series and isn't good enough to be entrusted with an important at-bat. Then why did you trade for him? Nook Logan's coming back tomorrow -- how many defensive replacements do we need? If you're willing, as the Nats seemingly are, to trust the results of Atlanta's experiment in letting Langerhans hit (the result: he can't), then there wasn't any reason to get him. I continue to be puzzled.