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Baseball Program: July 8, 2004

Battle for the Trophy Rages On

One can almost compare the Annual Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game to the typical familyís Thanksgiving football matchup. Itís all in good fun, everyone wears a smile ó but thereís also a heck of a lot of pride on the line.

Democrats Try to Forget ’03 Loss

When it comes to recalling the low point for Democrats in last yearís opening game of the 11th best-of-five Roll Call Congressional Baseball series, some Democrats are claiming selective memory loss.

Democratic Ace Mel Watt: Improving With Age

When Rep. Mel Watt (D) takes the mound this year for his 10th straight Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game start, first-time fans might be forgiven for thinking the North Carolinian isnít all that excited about playing.

Minors Put on Major Show

From whoopee cushions to cartoon characters to singles nights, the carnival-like atmosphere that is minor league baseball is just a short trip from the Capitol.

2004 Hall of Fame Inductee: Charlie Brotman — Ready to Start Another Revival

If Charlie Brotman gets his way, the 44th Annual Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game will be played before Washingtonís new major league baseball team takes the field at RFK Stadium.

Lending a Helping Hand: Players Pitch In for Local Charities

Each year, proceeds from the Annual Congressional Baseball Game, totalling nearly $100,000, benefit the Washington Literacy Council, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washingtonís Metropolitan Police Clubhouses and a selection of charities chosen by the gameís host, the Bowie Baysox.




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