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Pulled muscles and back injuries are nothing compared to the devastation the fall elections could inflict on the rosters for the 2013 edition of the CQ Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game.
In the 51st Annual CQ Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game, the Democrats secret weapon is out of the bag.
When the teams take the field for the 51st Annual CQ Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game, there will be one extra coach on hand.
He shrugs it off as just a nickname. But his teammates dont. Everyone on the team has a nickname; mines J-Rod, Rep. Jared Polis said, shaking off even a glimmer of comparison with MLB star Alex Rodriguez.
There are Hall of Famers like Hank Aaron, who piled up massive numbers over long careers. And there are Hall of Famers like Bill Mazeroski, who had nice careers but earned their enshrinement based on singular moments. This years CQ Roll Call Congressional Baseball Hall of Fame inductee falls into the latter category.
What can you buy at a baseball game? Peanuts and Cracker Jacks, of course. And in this case, a new home for a local nonprofit.
Rep. Joe Baca (Calif.) Second Base Elected 1999 Home: Rialto Hits R | Throws R | Votes L Baca is looking forward to the excitement and the insanity of playing in the Nationals stadium. Reliving our dream of when we used to play ball. Hell wear a Los Angeles Dodgers uniform, No. 22, on game day. Rep. Tim Bishop (N.Y.)