Monday, January 24, 2005

It's quiet

It was another quiet weekend. The Post looked at some of the 15,000+ people who have applied for 45 front office jobs. They also had a mildly amusing look at the 2005 season, featuring gems such as:
April 14: As Mayor Anthony Williams prepares to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Nationals home opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks, D.C. Council Chairman Linda Cropp blindsides him, snatches the ball and hurls it into the RFK stands. The Nats win, 3-2, on a double that lands in a pothole in left field and gets stuck.

On Friday, MLB published an update on the winter leagues, mentioning that Ayala is getting pounded, with opponents hitting .313 off of him. Guzman is also doing poorly, hitting a mere 2 for 22.

The new seating diagram for RFK mentioned in Friday's comments is also making me salivate... season ticket seat assignments (and, sadly, invoices) should arrive this week. Click the picture for a bigger version.

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

<< Home