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She'd still look fine.
Phillies taking it in the ass from Mike Minor, freak them
She'd be Smurfette.
They call it "disposable income".
Yep. I've been thinking that it amounts to a trade of Willingham for Corey Brown. If Brown hits, then not such a big loss.
Ah as a college student I need that defined for me I will hopefully be able to afford such things down the road but my income is going towards other things right now thankfully tickets on stubhub day of are pretty cheap and I get half off tickets day of the box office with my college ID.
Great analysis SF882. Spot on ...
SF should start a blog.
The infield dirt is blue also.
In the tiny sample size I've seen, he reminds me of Curtis Granderson.
I'd love that. Blue hat, block white W on the road unis. Blue hat, interlocking DC on the homes. Probably too late to change the name to Grays because of brand investment, but you could make these the unis and just have "Nats" in place of Grays. And I love th font on both the front and the number.
Senators. First pro team in Washington was the Nationals. Some time in the 1880's people began to call the team the Senators. The AL team was called the Senators until owners changed the name to Nationals about 1905. Officially Nationals until Calvin Griffith changed the name to Senators in about 1956...one story says that ownership thought it would change fans perception of the team, back in 1905, if they changed the name. Best I remember, "Senators" was the most popular name for the 2005 team. MLB felt it more appropriate to pick "Nationals".
Senators. Best I remember, "Senators" was the most popular name for the 2005 team. MLB felt it more appropriate to pick "Nationals".
Best I remember, "Senators" was the most popular name for the 2005 team. MLB felt it more appropriate to pick "Nationals".
Rangers owned the name "Senators", it would have cost $ to acquire. Lerners voted for the cheaper option.
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