A good feature and a reminder that I still want to do a devil’s dictionary on my site.
Yesterday, we saw a no-hitter. Today, we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the announcement baseball was back. I remember it well — I brought my Washington Senators pennant to work that day and kept up on rumors that there would be an announcement at the now defunct, City Museum. Once it was confirmed, I left work, parked at home in Pentagon City and took the Yellow Line up to Mount Vernon Sq. The place was hoping with baseball fans, many in old Senators caps. They let us all in and we celebrated the news that WE HAD A TEAM. It was a magical day.
The Nats arrive home to Nationals Park as NL East Division Champions and coming off of a 9-2 road trip. Video by Charlie Slowes.
There was also a variable message sign congratulating them when they arrived at Dulles, according to Federal Baseball.
We figured out the number of times Biden’s gaffes have been mentioned in the press since 2007.
This is important.
Throwback Thursday, on a Friday. That was ten years ago today.
Sorry, Montreal. I hear an AL East team has a lease the ends in 2022 — make it happen.
motoring al fresco never gets old on Flickr.