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Accounts of the 1876 battle have focused on Custer’s ill-fated cavalry. But a new book offers a take from the Indian’s point of view

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Editor’s note: In 1874, an Army expedition led by Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer found gold in the Black Hills, in present-day South Dakota. At the time, the United States recognized the hills as property of the Sioux Nation, under a treaty the two parties had signed six years before. The Grant administration tried to buy the hills, but the Sioux, considering them sacred ground, refused to sell; in 1876, federal troops were dispatched to force the Sioux onto reservations and pacify the Great Plains. That June, Custer attacked an encampment of Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho on the Little Bighorn River, in what is now Montana.

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The Battle of the Little Bighorn is one of the most studied actions in U.S. military history, and the immense literature on the subject is devoted primarily to answering questions about Custer’s generalship during the fighting. But neither he nor the 209 men in his immediate command survived the day, and an Indian counterattack would pin down seven companies of their fellow 7th Cavalrymen on a hilltop over four miles away. (Of about 400 soldiers on the hilltop, 53 were killed and 60 were wounded before the Indians ended their siege the next day.) The experience of Custer and his men can be reconstructed only by inference.

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Nationals starter Max Scherzer has already won three Cy Young Awards and is the two-time reigning winner in the National League. You can't achieve that sort of success on the mound without some great stuff, and Scherzer regularly makes opposing hitters look silly because of it.

Facing Sandy Leon as the Nationals took on the Red Sox Monday night , the Nationals' ace may have even bested himself. On a 2-2 pitch, he got Leon to swing at a ball that ended up going right through his legs.

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PHOENIX -- In his own mind, D-backs outfielder A.J. Pollock was ready to return from the disabled list after just one Minor League rehab at-bat.

Pollock, who was activated before Monday's series opener against the Cardinals, did wait two games before telling Arizona manager Torey Lovullo that he was fully recovered from the left thumb avulsion fracture he suffered while diving for a ball on May 14.

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Following his second game with Triple-A Reno, Pollock sent Lovullo a long text message.

"I'm ready, and here are the reasons why," Lovullo said of what the text said. "Once the medical team signed off on it, for me, there was zero debate and A.J. was basically pounding the table to say that he was ready."

Said Pollock, "For me, I needed one at-bat, but it was good to get that second game."

Pollock was not the only D-backs outfielder rehabbing with Reno. Steven Souza Jr. , who is coming back from a strained right pectoral muscle, had been serving as the designated hitter for the Aces. He was scheduled to play right field for the first time.

"He's getting close, and the fact that he's playing in a game and playing right field is a very good sign," Lovullo said.

Roster moves To make room for Pollock on the roster, the team optioned first baseman Christian Walker to Reno.

In addition, the team optioned right-hander Silvino Bracho to Reno and selected the contract of right-hander Joey Krehbiel from Reno.

To make room for Krehbiel on the 40-man roster, right-hander Troy Scribner was released.

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