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What the Nats Should do in July

A great article by David Huzzard of the CitizensofNatstown.com

Citizens of Natstown

The trade deadline is a little over a month away and that means the coming month of July will be filled with speculation, rumors, and excitement but will ultimately end with disappointment. As a baseball fan the trade deadline is a yearly excuse to get excited about trades and rumors that have no realistic chance of coming true. As a first place team with a couple of questions the Nationals have a chance to make some moves and while every other team is chasing one of the Cubs five starters and David Price, the Nationals could go after a position player. Specifically a second or third baseman with Rendon playing whatever position they don’t and Span hitting the bench or being sent off in a separate trade to help replenish the farm system.

The biggest second base name rumored to be on the market is Chase Utley. The 35 year…

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