Monthly Archives: October 2004

BIG DAY FOR D.C. BASEBALL

Vocal Crowd Turns Out to Talk Baseball – The Post Lots of people There was a big crowd at the District building, including incoming Ward 8 council member Marion Barry (file photo). Not too many people got to speak, but be certain the “mayor for life” got his two cents in. Overall, it sounds like

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GM SEARCH, TAKE TWO

Watson Declines GM Position In D. – The Post Bob Watson turned down the GM job for the perfectly reasonable reason of not wanting to be an interim GM waiting for new ownership. However, Pat Gillick, most recently Seattle’s GM, is willing to take that chance. More from The Wash. Times:Watson doesn’t want to be

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SCHEDULE COMING TO LIGHT

First Glimpse Into the Expos’ Schedule – The Post By piecing together other NL teams home schedules, some of the D.C. schedule becomes clear. No word on when the schedule will formally be released. More than 10 groups interested in Expos – The Wash. Times There are a lot of interested parties and of course,

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