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Topic - Brian Broderick
A cursory glance at a few numbers about the Nationals' bullpen displays a divide in its effectiveness.
Over the course of the next 159 games, the Nationals may well prove that the defensive team that showed up to play their first two games of the 2011 season is the one they'll be this year.
"We have a good attitude," Broderick said.
"A little different," Broderick said looking around. "Yesterday I walked up to the stadium when we got here and then the banners on the board were lighting up and the names were popping up. Mine was like the third one to pop up and I just stood there, kind of just in awe of it all."