It is quite possible that no one saw more of the 2005 Harrisburg Senators than their radio broadcaster, Terry Byrom. With that in mind, we caught up with Terry for an in depth Q&A session to discuss his views of the 2005 squad.
December 13, 2005
The Nationals' Minor League Notebook: Two in the Nats' organization get suspended--one for a record 105 games--in cases involving banned substances, although steriod use was not alleged. On the field, J. J. Davis helps New Orleans stay hot on the road and Dee Haynes is an unconventional hero for the Senators.
Dee Haynes, the Harrisburg Senators' outfielder acquired by the Nationals' organization on May 4, is going to need some room to pack some trophies when he moves up.
Dee Haynes stayed hot and Kory Castro got hot, with both of the Nats' farm hands winning Player of the Week honors in their respective leagues.
The Nationals'farm system may not be the deepest in baseball, but it does have its share of standout performers.