As bad as the Nats are, I really think it'd be stupid for them to throw him right into the majors. As remarkable as he's been in college, he's only seen college hitters and college hitters are not major leaguers. I think they'd be wise to start him in AA for 1 or 2 starts and the Trip-A for 2 or 3 starts and then assess where he's at. Not worth the risk for immediate results, and by the time the draft occurs, which is in about 3 weeks, the Nats could very well be out of playoff contention, it's a stretch but it could be true based on how they've been playing and how competitive that division is. Just a thought.
"A-Rod booed for confusing Yankees fans."