Stephen Strasburg Named To The All-Rookie Team, So There's That

Remember that guy that was supposed to save baseball in this town? What was his name again ... something with a S or two. I haven't seen or heard from him in a while so it's a case of "out of sight, our of mind" I guess. But anyway, what's-his-face just got a pretty big honor, considering how his season ended.

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Stephen Strasburg named to 2010 Topps All-Rookie Team. Ryan Zimmerman (2006) & John Lannan ('08) were previous #Nationals to earn selection.less than a minute ago via web

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Good for him, but part of me still feels like they're kind of just rubbing it in. Maybe I'm still bitter because I was at the game where he was scratched (on my birthday no less) but I'm not ready to be happy about this kind of thing just yet. But either way, it's a good honor for Strassy, and hopefully will pick up his spirits a little bit while he rehabs that broken wing.

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