The example I try to live up to.
|The Nationals' view|
Still, a good manager wouldn't have won that game. Even if you take out Doug Fister at the exact right time (i.e., while he's warming up), you don't win if you don't score.
I'm starting to think that acquiring a closer who never gets to close didn't solve all the Nats' problems.
Meanwhile, Yoenis Cespedes, whom the Nats should have at least attempted to get, drove in four runs as the Mets - who seem to be some kind of idiot team of idiot destiny - romped all over the Marlins.