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Topic - Jim Riggleman
A year later, there weren't too many eyebrows raised.
For an organization that just passed its eighth birthday and has a history strewn with moments of ineptitude and instability, the tranquility that presides over it now is incomparable. For the two men who exemplify that stability most, the symbiotic nature of their relationship sets the precedent for the organization.
The pitch left Jordan Zimmermann's teammates in stitches. And it showed how far the Washington Nationals' right-hander has come in the 22 months since Tommy John surgery rebuilt his right elbow.
The dam finally broke for the Washington Nationals on Sunday.
Jim Riggleman was the first domino on the Washington Nationals coaching staff to fall when he decided to leave the team after last Thursday's game. Bench coach John McLaren was next after winning his only series as interim manager. On Friday, first base coach Dan Radison became the final domino as he was let go from the team.
Tanned and relaxed, or at least appearing that way, Davey Johnson fits in effortlessly in a dugout under the California sun.
The Nationals play their first home game under Davey Johnson on Friday, and his 0-3 record since taking the helm hasn't diminished our giddiness by one iota. Did you know his 1986 New York Mets had five losing streaks of three or more games en route to winning the World Series?
Let's face it, Jim Riggleman and the Washington Nationals were using each other.
General manager Mike Rizzo had to move quickly. He needed a seasoned and successful manager to run the Washington Nationals, a promising team shocked by the abrupt resignation of Jim Riggleman.
Davey Johnson is poised to take over as manager of the Washington Nationals, replacing Jim Riggleman, who abruptly resigned Thursday.
Washington Nationals interim manager John Mclaren, the short-term replacement for departed manager Jim Riggleman, will leave the on-field coaching staff following Sunday's game and be reassigned to a front office position, general manager Mike Rizzo said.
Less than 48 hours after Jim Riggleman abruptly resigned his post as the Nationals manager Thursday afternoon, the team has likely found his replacement, at least for the remainder of the 2011 season, in Davey Johnson.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy says he will notify Major League Baseball this weekend of his choice to replace Jim Riggleman on the bench for the All-Star game.
John McLaren is moving from bench coach to interim manager of the Washington Nationals following the stunning resignation of Jim Riggleman.
The baseball world buzzed Friday. Still reeling from the news that Washington Nationals manager Jim Riggleman abruptly resigned Thursday afternoon in a contract dispute with Nationals ownership and general manager Mike Rizzo — and buoyed by Riggleman's media tour de force — it seemed everyone and anyone was talking Nationals.