A Star Is Born?

(ESPNLosAngeles.com Video)

Not Exactly. Nomar Makes His TV Debut on Baseball Tonight.

No Word Yet If Nomar Stayed Behind the Red Tape Line Before the Taping
Reports That He Fractured His Wrist Clipping on the Microphone Unconfirmed

Nomar's Analysis of the Dodgers: "Well I think they're definitely gonna compete and I think the difficulty right now is the way the team is you know say I really feel for Ned Coletti right now, I don't think he can really go out there and go get kind of the starter like you may be talking about that would really help them out so much because you don't what the team [signature nervous laugh] you know the condition the team is in right now know ... and that makes it difficult. But I think you know they're gonna be there. They're the Dodgers they have great guys coming up from the minor leagues, they have a wonderful system and a wonderful pitching in that system and I think you might see a couple guys come up [no names of course] and really step up."

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