May 16, 2010
Overall, the Washington Nationals played quite well in the four-game weekend series in Denver, outscoring the Rockies 21-18. But because most of those runs were piled on in the first game of the series, when they won 14-6, they didn't have enough "left over" to win any of the next three games. And so, for the first time all year, the Nats lost three games in a row, by respective margins of 4, 1, and 1 runs, and now share second place with the Florida Marlins. So much for the Nats' proclivity for winning close games.
I have been busy reorganizing my Baseball pages, all of which from now on will be accessible from one of these four navigational link pages:
Those pages are still "under construction," pending a check on how the new, standardized layout appears on different computer systems. Same goes for the Baseball home page, which will soon become the central navigational nexus for the baseball pages, as the Baseball site map page becomes "deprecated." (That's computer lingo for "phased out.") This is a long-overdue renovation, but the end result will be a much cleaner look and a more consistent interface system. Things will be in a state of flux for the next few days, but the process of navigation will soon be much easier than before.