Things haven't gone too well in DC since the Nationals arrived, the team has gone 344 - 466 in five years in the capital and there hasn't been much reason for hope. Change needs to come to Washington.
Ryan Zimmerman, one of the only players worth watching on the current roster, was on a local DC radio show this morning and he made a very bold prediction:
"There's no way we'll lose a hundred games again this year..."
Considering that the Nats have lost 103 and 102 games the last two seasons, that WOULD be a sign of improvement. Luckily for DC fans, the Mets seem desperate to finish in last place and play with 2 starting pitchers so who knows, maybe this is the year the Nats get themselves out of the cellar!
I'm predicting that Stephen Strasburg comes up around May or June and has a similar type season as Mark Prior did in his first campaign.