The last week or so we've heard about how Matt Capps, Brian Bruney, and even Once-a-Week Eddie all want to be the Nationals' closer. So what do we do with this bounty of unqualified aspirants? I say, let them all close. Yes, I said it. Go for the dreaded "closer-by-committee."Before we go on, let's be clear. None of these guys should be counted on to perform in high-leverage situations.First, Capps, who I think many fans are wrongly thinking is a bounce-back all-star ready to happen. But there's a reason no one else wanted him to close (including the Pirates). As I mentioned before, he's been pounded by lefties, but I probably understated the case. Last year, lefties hit .342 / .373 / .641 off of him. No, that's not a typo. There have only been 118 seasons in all of MLB history in which...

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