Dusty Baker talks Nationals firing, Bryce Harper, Max Scherzer Reviewed by Momizat on . Early Friday evening, a few hours after the Washington Nationals opened their season in Cincinnati, their former manager Dusty Baker arrived at another stadium Early Friday evening, a few hours after the Washington Nationals opened their season in Cincinnati, their former manager Dusty Baker arrived at another stadium Rating:
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Dusty Baker talks Nationals firing, Bryce Harper, Max Scherzer

Early Friday evening, a few hours after the Washington Nationals opened their season in Cincinnati, their former manager Dusty Baker arrived at another stadium 2,300 miles away, where the hits make a metallic “ping” sound, where admission costs $13 but Baker qualifies for the $5 senior discount, and where the freshman second baseman for the University of California bears an uncanny, familial resemblance to a young Dusty. Baker unfolded a hard-backed, cushioned stadium seat on the concrete stands and set up camp, surrounded by a handful of old friends and a bag of peanuts, in the back row of Evans Diamond. Did he catch the Nationals’ opener, he was asked? Max Scherzer went six innings, struck out 10.

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