Why Nyjer Morgan rules the outfield
The stats don't lie: Washington's CF is the real Secretary of Defense
It took Nyjer Morgan just three games with the Washington Nationals to confirm to his new fans that the organization had made the right move in acquiring him. Although he recorded his first three hits as a National that day, the real attention would be paid toward his defensive efforts against the Braves.
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