Frequent FJB readers know that I have a strong bias in favor of the players in baseball's ongoing labor wars. It's not that I think baseball players are underpaid. I just that I think the players have a more legitimate claim on the enormous spoils of MLB than the corporate shills hand-picked by Bud Selig for entry into the monopolists' club of baseball owners.So it may surprise you to learn that I really don't have a problem with the Nationals' front office choosing 12 vastly inferior pitchers for the opening day roster instead of Stephen Strasburg in an blatant attempt to keep their money out of his pockets.Let's be clear. Strasburg is the best pitcher in the Nationals organization. It's really not close. Their best chance of winning games in 2010 is to have him pitch as many innings...

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