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Topic - Mark Haley
Maybe it was wishful thinking or even naivete, he speculated later, but when Zach Walters was called into his manager's office in South Bend, Ind., on Friday, July 30, his heart sank. Traded? How could he be traded?
"We've been experiencing some really ugly things for the past 10 years, so we're taking that experience over here," said Maj. Mark Haley, 41, from Knoxville, Tenn. "We're giving these guys some real important skill sets to keep them alive when they get sent over there."
His mind raced as his manager, Mark Haley, told him the details: He was headed to Washington — to Woodbridge, Va., and the Potomac Nationals more specifically — as part of a trade for veteran starter Jason Marquis.