I am still recovering from the great announcement, so the blog will be a little lean over the next few days. Penn State news will have to wait again. There was not much yesterday either. I have a few items from yesterday to add that do not even have anything to do with baseball.

Decision 2005The Post

Fans Must Weigh Pros, Cons of Which Team to Support

One word: Youppi. It looks like he is coming here.

MLB Deal Could Mean Huge Profit For AngelosThe Post

No surprise here. Baltimore may get stronger for having competition down I-95. Of course, that means they will only go out and get more washed-up sluggers.

Tony KornheiserRoot for the Home Team, But Don’t Boot The OriolesThe Post

Listen up! I am disappointed in Tony Kornheiser for suggesting that people still follow the Orioles. I say boot ’em, send to the curb. Go to maybe a game a year.

Traffic May Be OKThe Post

A lot of this will depend on when the games will start, 7:05 or 7:35. It will not be a big deal at RFK, but it will be in SE. They need more than a 1,000 parking spaces too, even if folks are encouraged to Metro.

D.C. officials lead off with stadium legislationThe Wash. Times

This will be grueling. I do not know if I will have the stomach to cover it.

More from The Wash. Times: District begins land quest for stadium site on Anacostia

  • Plan for RFK work setThe Wash. Times

  • No contest: How ’bout those Nats?The Wash. Times

  • Tavares juggling pair of tasksThe Wash.Times

  • Please don’t mess this upThe Wash. Times

  • Who are these guys?The Wash. Times


    Drinkers object to Jack Daniel’s watering whiskey downAP via USA Today

    Apparently, this is not the first time this has happened to Jack. It was once 90 proof. Thankfully, Jim Beam, will not be making the same mistake. I still have about 100 mL of 86 proof JD left, but the bottle after that one is 80 proof. My condolences to CLY, FCY, and Sam.


    Dulles Among Busiest AirportsThe Post

    Not much more than 20 years ago, the parking lot at Dulles was empty and parking was a quarter. My father used to take my brother and I out there on Sunday morning’s in his Triumph TR 250 (the two of us strapped in the front seat together) and watch the planes with a dozen from Mr. Donut and some hot chocolate. Good times.

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    Yet another Washingtonian pushing the ubiquitous Nats/DC sports, Penn State, commuting, bicycling, kayaking, broomball, skiing, gin & tonic agenda.

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