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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ben Sheets
The turnaround was swift. No fewer than 13 ½ hours had passed from the time the Washington Nationals left the field Friday night, their most crushing loss of the season sealed, when they were back on that same diamond trying to open a doubleheader on a good note Saturday afternoon.
Bryce Harper's status for the second game of a doubleheader Saturday night is in question after the Washington Nationals' outfielder fouled a ball off his left ankle in the first inning Saturday afternoon and was forced to leave the game.
King Felix is still on top, all right.
Even though his club is likely to miss the playoffs for a fourth straight season, Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane saw no reason to let manager Bob Geren's contract status linger.
It's hard to pinpoint when yesterday's game went from looking like a satisfying end to the Washington Nationals' seven-game homestand to a puzzling loss.