So, what will happen tonight? It’s the 48th Annual Congressional Baseball game sponsored by Roll Call. It’s raining hard, and Roll Call is reporting that we might know the status of the game at 7:05, or even as late as 9:05. For those who aren’t attending the game or are out of town, the online copy of the program is here.
Democratic and Republican members of Congress. Since the Democrats have augmented their majority, they’ll have a larger pool to draw from. Many talented members from the Republican side of the aisle have been defeated, or retired to run for other office (Kenny Hulsolf (R-MO)) comes to mind.
Assuming the game is played, I’d say that the Democrats are favored to win. They’re 0-9 since 2000, but Republicans have a really good shot if they play a perfect game. We all know these games aren’t perfect, but we’ll see.
If the game is played, there will be photos on here tomorrow.
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This weekend, Betsy, Sara, Clark, Mark Swift, and I attended the Lake County Captains game in Hagerstown. Sadly, the Captains lost, but a fun time was had by all.
Below is a picture I took of the Captains bullpen in center field.
The Wall Street Journal did a great bit today on Rudy Mancuso, who shot the most famous picture in baseball history. Enjoy.
The Shot Heard Round the World — Rudy Mancuso
Friends, I’ve decided to turn this into a blog showing pictures I’ve recently taken in the Capitol area.
Below is a shot I took on a paper shop in Old Town, click on it for the flickr link.