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The Seattle Times
Northwest, like the rest of the nation, thrilled by coast-to-coast celestial showCenter, dozens of families and summer campers lined up to grab free pairs of sa
The Seattle Times / Posted 12 hours ago
Center, dozens of families and summer campers lined up to grab free pairs of safety glasses, and then set up chairs on the baseball field to wait for the show. Construction worker Mike Salvador took the morning off to watch the eclipse with his... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Thousands fill Jefferson City for spectacular solar eclipsearound Jefferson City. About a half dozen amateur astronomers set up telescope
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
around Jefferson City. About a half dozen amateur astronomers set up telescopes and cameras around 9 a.m. on a beat-up baseball field at the North Jefferson City Recreation Area, which served as the main campground for eclipse festivities. As... Read more
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The Brown and White
Did you damage your eyes during the eclipse? Here are the signsstories. One Portland man, now 70, said he watched an eclipse for about 20 seco
The Brown and White / Posted 16 hours ago
stories. One Portland man, now 70, said he watched an eclipse for about 20 seconds with one eye covered on a high school baseball field in 1963. "Oh 20 seconds probably, that's all it took," Tomososki told FOX 12, the local Fox News affiliate.... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Scott LoBaido views the solar eclipse from path of totalitymagic," he said. LoBaido started his journey over the weekend, set up a campsi
Staten Island Advance / Posted 18 hours ago
magic," he said. LoBaido started his journey over the weekend, set up a campsite and watched the eclipse from a baseball field with people from across the country. "Just the tidal wave of darkness that just slowly swept, it was just... Read more
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Calgary Sun
‘We didn’t know’: Portland buddies, now 70, partly blinded by solar eclipse decades agoDuvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
Calgary Sun / Posted 22 hours ago
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school's baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base. They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Mary D. Johnson, 95of politicians…to make politicians work for you on neighborhood issues.” The Co
New Haven Independent / Posted 22 hours ago
of politicians…to make politicians work for you on neighborhood issues.” The Council tackled standard issues such as baseball field renovation and installation of traffic lights, but Mary said that its “greatest achievement” occurred when a... Read more
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Philly.com
'20 seconds of burning': Portland friends partly blinded after watching solar eclipse decades ago warn of dangersDuvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
Philly.com / Posted 22 hours ago
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school’s baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base. They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
'20 seconds of burning': Portland friends partly blinded after watching solar eclipse decades ago warn of dangersDuvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
Houston Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school's baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base. They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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Boston Globe
Friends partly blinded after watching solar eclipse decades ago warn of dangersDuvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
Boston Globe / Posted 23 hours ago
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school’s baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base. They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
'20 seconds of burning': Portland friends partly blinded after watching solar eclipse decades ago warn of dangersDuvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 23 hours ago
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school's baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base. They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
'20 seconds of burning': Portland friends partly blinded after watching solar eclipse decades ago warn of dangersDuvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school's baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base. They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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Daily Press
'20 seconds of burning': Portland friends partly blinded after watching solar eclipse decades ago warn of dangersDuvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
Daily Press / Posted yesterday
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school's baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base. They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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New York Post
This man went partially blind after staring at a solar eclipseit would have been even worse.” The 70-year-old was 16 when he and pal Roger D
New York Post / Posted yesterday
it would have been even worse.” The 70-year-old was 16 when he and pal Roger Duvall looked up at the eclipse from a baseball field in Oregon. It was a total eclipse in Alaska and Canada but the path of totality didn’t reach the Beaver... Read more
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Gulf News
‘20 seconds of burning’Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair a
Gulf News / Posted yesterday
Duvall, his friend since the fourth grade and a fellow science buff. The pair ambled up the steps to their high school’s baseball field and planted themselves about 10 feet behind third base.They stood and waited, squinting toward the sky. Sure... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Challenger baseball program promotes being ‘accepted for who you are’people,” she said. “These kids who give their time to be buddies are great kids
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
people,” she said. “These kids who give their time to be buddies are great kids.” Those relationships that begin on the baseball field often take on a more complete form back at school. “So many of these players are kids that the buddies go to... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Man left partially blind by 1963 eclipse: 20 seconds ‘all it took’totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted yesterday
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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TribLIVE
Seton Hill athletic field upgrades nearly completeOnline Only Seton Hill University lays down new turf at the baseball field,
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Online Only Seton Hill University lays down new turf at the baseball field, as preparation for the begging of the school year continues, on Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017. The final phase of... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted yesterday
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Wildcatz’s longtime two-sport coach James Gomez resignsthe summer. “It was super hard,” Gomez said of his decision. “It still doesn’t
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
the summer. “It was super hard,” Gomez said of his decision. “It still doesn’t click in my brain. When I talk about the baseball field, I say ‘my baseball field.’ I treated it like it was mine because I love that place. My whole life has been... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Wildcatz’s longtime two-sport coach James Gomez resignsthe summer. “It was super hard,” Gomez said of his decision. “It still doesn’t
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
the summer. “It was super hard,” Gomez said of his decision. “It still doesn’t click in my brain. When I talk about the baseball field, I say ‘my baseball field.’ I treated it like it was mine because I love that place. My whole life has been... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Man who was left partially blind by 1963 eclipse offers warning: 20 seconds is ‘all it took’totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted yesterday
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Minor League notebook: Xavier grad Matt Albanese raking as professionala Xavier guy.” If working hard is what it takes, Matt Albanese could be the ne
The Register Citizen / Posted 2 days ago
a Xavier guy.” If working hard is what it takes, Matt Albanese could be the next Xavier guy to find great success on the baseball field. Perfect walk-off Former UConn standout John Andreoli ended a perfect-game bid by Colorado Springs’ Angel... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Minor League notebook: Xavier grad Matt Albanese raking as professionala Xavier guy.” If working hard is what it takes, Matt Albanese could be the ne
The Middletown Press / Posted 2 days ago
a Xavier guy.” If working hard is what it takes, Matt Albanese could be the next Xavier guy to find great success on the baseball field. Perfect walk-off Former UConn standout John Andreoli ended a perfect-game bid by Colorado Springs’ Angel... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Wilmington school travels to view total solar eclipseview a complete solar eclipse on Monday. The school will travel to Georgetown,
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 3 days ago
view a complete solar eclipse on Monday. The school will travel to Georgetown, South Carolina and watch the eclipse from a baseball field. Teacher Jesse Simon organized the trip, and said that students will travel with their families early to... Read more
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SportingNews
Sean Rodriguez is back home with Pirates, this time with perspectivemore importantly, any close attention to Rodriguez shows what’s most important
SportingNews / Posted 4 days ago
more importantly, any close attention to Rodriguez shows what’s most important to him: family, faith and his friends on the baseball field. With that, his yearslong devotion to autism awareness that stems from his son’s 2012 diagnosis helps paint a... Read more
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Philly.com
Phillies' 1989 trade for Sal Agostinelli still reaping rewardsslowly climbed through the Cardinals’ minor-league system, but he was making an
Philly.com / Posted 4 days ago
slowly climbed through the Cardinals’ minor-league system, but he was making an impression beyond what he did on the baseball field and honing skills that would serve him well in the future. “When I got to the minor leagues, I met a ton of... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Trot Nixon is still spending time on the field, but now as a dad and coach (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)lab named Fenway. “I’ve got no complaints,” he says. “I love being on the fiel
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 4 days ago
lab named Fenway. “I’ve got no complaints,” he says. “I love being on the field. I’ve spent just about every day on the baseball field this summer. Getting ready to spend time on the field doing what I love to do, being involved in athletics... Read more
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New England Sports Network
Pedro Martinez Heaps Praise On Chris Sale: Impressive ‘In Any Era’Field on Thursday to support ALS research and the John Martin Fund, drawing a m
New England Sports Network / Posted 4 days ago
Field on Thursday to support ALS research and the John Martin Fund, drawing a massive crowd to the tiny neighborhood baseball field. After starting the game and pitching two innings, Martinez met with reporters to talk about the importance of... Read more
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ajc.com
Games return to what used to be Turner Fieldwith two high school football games in the annual Corky Kell Classic today and
ajc.com / Posted 4 days ago
with two high school football games in the annual Corky Kell Classic today and five more Saturday. The natural-grass baseball field has been turned into an artificial-turf football field. The dugouts have been removed. A new grandstand has... Read more
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
20 Seconds ‘All it Took’: Oregon Man Left Partially Blind by 1963 Eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipse: 20 seconds was ‘all it took’totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 4 Kansas City
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 4 Kansas City / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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WPIX 11 New York
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
WPIX 11 New York / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
20 seconds ‘all it took:’ Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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CTV News
B.C. daycare owner uses martial arts to defend kids from attempted abductionfight caught the attention of a neighbour who called police. The RCMP said whe
CTV News / Posted 4 days ago
fight caught the attention of a neighbour who called police. The RCMP said when they arrived a man fled through a baseball field where he was arrested. Shortly after the arrest, police received a report of an earlier abduction attempt... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 8 Cleveland
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 8 Cleveland / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 13 Utah
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 13 Utah / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
20 Seconds ‘All It Took’: Oregon Man Left Partially Blind by 1963 Eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
20 Seconds ‘All It Took’: Oregon Man Left Partially Blind By 1963 Eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
20 seconds ‘all it took’: Oregon man left partially blind by 1963 eclipsetotality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 1
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 4 days ago
totality did not come through Oregon. Still, Louis Tomososki remembers being 16 years old and watching it unfold from the baseball field at Marshall High School. Nobody was talking about safety glasses back then, so he watched it with the naked... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
In the Suburbs / Fairfield American seeks third Little League World Series Championshipquickly turned to inspiration when he decided to start a local league where kid
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 4 days ago
quickly turned to inspiration when he decided to start a local league where kids could play organized baseball on a real baseball field. That summer, he set down the rules for Little League Baseball — including field dimensions that are still... Read more
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TribLIVE
Dog park coming to Westmoreland’s Cedar Creek Park next springshade trees, water fountains, dog-waste stations; everything you'd find at a ty
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
shade trees, water fountains, dog-waste stations; everything you'd find at a typical dog park,” Sias said. An existing baseball field alongside the pavilion will be removed for some of the parking, and the remainder of it converted into a... Read more
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The Washington Times
Ryan Zimmerman’s comeback story is an enjoyable onelove the sport of baseball. They love watching guys like Bryce Harper come out
The Washington Times / Posted 4 days ago
love the sport of baseball. They love watching guys like Bryce Harper come out and play every day and do the things on a baseball field that he can do. “When it comes down to the contract numbers and things like that is where it can get not so... Read more
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