Julie Donaldson talks with former Nats manager Manny Acta- 7/14
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Z -- in Washington dot com. Manny thank you for joining us now here Indians surprised team for the first half you pretty much what the division for most of that what's been the key there. -- He has been the development of our young guys that the second half of the season last year were very -- -- and now. Lot was just lost in the record and a lot of people just sort of 69 -- 93 losses but too many people. Didn't realize that the second half was very good our pitching staff was born the American League our bullpen was second. And we felt like just by adding Grady Sizemore coming back from surgery. I adding that free agent like Orlando Cabrera and happ and Carlos Santana back from surgery our team was going to be better -- that. Ticket to believe in themselves and it's been a good first half so far. How closely do you follow your former club in the what was your initial reaction when you saw what happened with such a -- Why you know you can't stop following the places where you've been because you're always gonna be grateful our always follow the -- -- would always -- he's an actress and I don't know -- following nationals because I. I still have friends over there. And you know I I've followed them -- wish him the best I went through a normal situation -- which isn't rebuilding that's what happens when you go into -- rebuilding. Everybody at the beginning as a patient and knowing that you're gonna lose but once you start losing 42 years. You know it it's time to make changes so. No no hard feelings whatsoever among -- a very good spot and I'm very happy to be here. I'm my reaction did you division situation was Q it was sad to see him go because he's a good friend of mine I really like Jim. And and He was very good to me while we -- that together but. I don't know all the details about it than you know He you know in this situation that He was in and it was his. I'm sad to see him go especially how well the thing with point of that time. CSN Washington dot com.
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