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Posted at 06:30 AM ET, 04/04/2011

What are last year’s Nationals doing?


When the Nationals retooled this offseason, they jettisoned several key players from their 2010 team around the league. Just for fun, here’s a look at how some 2010 Nationals have done for their new teams:

Nyjer Morgan, Brewers: Morgan played right field as a defensive replacement on opening day, and he is 1 for 2 with a single and a strikeout.

Wil Nieves, Brewers: Nieves caught opening day because of an injury, and he went 2 for 4 with a double. The next game, he went 0 for 2 with a strikeout, making him 2 for 6 overall.

Adam Dunn, White Sox: On opening day, Dunn hit a double and a home run while driving in four runs. Overall, he is 4 for 10 with three walks and five RBIs.

Josh Willlingham, A’s: In his first at-bat with Oakland, Willingham hit a two-run home run off reigning Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez. He is 3 for 11 with a home run, a double and three RBI.

Willie Harris, Mets: Harris is 4 for 10 with a walk, a steal and four RBIs. Yesterday, he hit a two-run home run.

Adam Kennedy, Mariners: Kennedy struck out yesterday in his only at-bat of the year so far.

Alberto Gonzalez, Padres: In the Padres first game, he went 0 for 1 as a pinch-hitter. He has yet to get another at-bat.

Joel Peralta, Rays: On Saturday, Peralta retired all three batters he faced, striking out one, in his only inning of the season.

Miguel Batista, Cardinals: He pitched 2/3 of an inning on opening day, walking one batter and allowing no hits or runs.

Aaron Crow, Royals: Crow is more of a coulda-been-a Nat than a former Nat. Crow, whom the Nationals picked ninth overall in 2008 and then failed to sign, made his major league debut as a reliever. In three total innings, he’s struck out five while allowing two hits and a walk. He earned the Royals’ win opening day.

FROM THE POST

The rest of the Nationals didn’t make it easy to judge Jordan Zimmermann’s 2011 debut, Tracee Hamilton writes.

After playing sharp their first two games, the Nationals turned in a dreadful performance in their 11-2 loss to the Braves.

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