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And so, while you're sitting around poring over Prince Fielder rumors (thankfully Federal Baseball is keeping track of it for all of us) here's a photo of Stephen Strasburg's head on a stick before Saturday night's SDSU-New Mexico Men's Basketball game at New Mexico (photo via @AztecGameTime). Strasburg won, of course. What time is Scott Boras's flight to Washington on Monday, anyway? Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
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