The Washington Times - March 12, 2007, 01:00PM
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From Felix van der Vaart in Annandale, VA: Mark Zuckerman: From Jeffrey Saffelle in Alexandria, VA: Felipe Lopez Ronnie Belliard Josh Wilson Mark Zuckerman: They just sang the national anthem here at Space Coast Stadium with no PA system. Couldn’t hear a word, but the girl who sang still got a standing ovation afterward. From Mike Henderson in Silver Spring: Mark Zuckerman: Matt Chico From Brian in Mount Vernon: D’Angelo Jimenez Mark Zuckerman: Mets scored one in the top of the first, with Reyes coming in on Paul Lo Duca’s groundout. Otherwise, Hill looked good. Nats at the plate now. From Kevin in Fairfax: Mark Zuckerman: From Owen Dowell in Bowie: Beltran Perez Mark Zuckerman: Ryan Zimmerman hit a two-out double in the bottom of the first but was stranded there when Austin Kearns grounded out. And scrap what I said previously about Josh Wilson’s defensive troubles. He just started a really nice 6-4-3 double play on a bouncer up the middle. From Jonathan England in College Park: Mark Zuckerman: Chan Ho Park is making the Nats look helpless (not that they need much help many days with that). After two innings, he has three strikeout victims. Heading to the third, Mets up 1-0. From Miss Chatter in Falls Church: Mark Zuckerman: From John in Fairfax: Mark Zuckerman: Shawn Hill pitched a 1-2-3 third, so he continues to look sharp. Three innings in the books, one run on three hits. Nook Logan just led off the bottom of the inning with an extra-bses hit down the right-field line. Lastings Milledge had trouble corralling it, and Logan came speeding into third with visions of an inside-the-parker. Tim Tolman put up the stop sign, though, and now the crowd here is all over the third base coach. Too bad, would’ve been interesting to see Logan pull it off. From Brian in Alexandria: Mark Zuckerman: From Jerry in Washington: Mark Zuckerman: And on that note, we’ll wrap things up for today. The Nats have come back to take a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the third on Nook Logan’s triple, Chris Snelling’s HBP, Ryan Zimmerman’s ground-rule double to left and a Chan Ho Park wild pitch. Thanks for joining us. Come back next week for another round.