The future of one of Washington's Rule 5 draft picks from last December was clouded with uncertainty…
Lake Monsters 2007 Opening Home Stand
Vermont Lake Monsters' first baseman, Bill Rhinehart, hit a homerun in his second professional at-bat. The last Vermont player to hit a homerun in the season opener was Larry Broadway in 2002. This is only the second time in the history of the organization that Vermont won the first three games of the season. The Vermont Expos began the 2001 season 8-0 before losing the next 14 games. This is also the first time since 1999 that the Vermont team went error free for three straight games. The Vermont bullpen has proven strong as they have had a save in each of the three games of the opening series.
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