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Tuesday is here again, and that means it’s time for HOH to catch up with a Member of Congress. Today, it’s Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas), who talks about his favorite sitcom and Bob Dylan.Q: As you know, it’s graduation season for high school seniors. What’s your favorite memory from your high school graduation?
While a bat and a glove work great out on the diamond, they aren’t very practical at the office or around the house.
Monday’s night’s House Softball League matchup between the Great Lakers, a team primarily made up of staffers from the Michigan delegation, and the Hired Guns, a team from lobbying firm Cassidy & Associates, almost didn’t happen.
Here’s a quick recap of what we learned this week out on the diamond and from behind our laptops.
It’s hard to be great when you don’t get to play that often.
Under the bright May sun, Deep Space 9 got scorched.
In sports, trash talking can be a potent weapon in puffing up the collective team ego while cutting that of the opposition.
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Along with the rest of us, the overwhelming majority of softball junkies in Washington, D.C., took a pause Monday to honor the fallen on Memorial Day.
As Memorial Day weekend approaches, we wanted to give readers a quick roundup of what we learned this week in our ventures out on the diamond.
On June 20, the women of the Congress and the women of the press will square off for the fourth annual Congressional Women’s Softball Game. The game’s primary purpose is to raise money for the Young Survival Coalition, an organization that aids young women with breast cancer.
Last week, we tweeted at the Colorado Cutthroats, noting that the House Softball League team had not shown its Twitter feed some love in quite some time.
On game day, it’s not uncommon to hear some players express the need for new team shirts.
Derek Kettner can fly around the base pads and the clouds.
A native of Kokomo, Ind., and a freshman at Gettysburg College, Emily Cranfill recently won an internship co-sponsored by the American Political Items Collectors and the historical division of the Smithsonian Institution.
On an overcast Monday night, the Whiskey Caucus, a House Softball League team, fell 15-13 to the Three Amigos, a team primarily made up of staffers from the Texas delegation.
Every week, HOH gets to know a Member of Congress better through a series of five fun questions. This week, Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) talks about those first-place Cleveland Indians and her favorite dinner spot back home.
When it comes to summing up the prospect of softball surviving this week’s onslaught of expected rain, we turn to the wise philosopher Astro: “Ruh-roh!”
The Whiskey Caucus is solving Washington’s partisan woes one drink and softball game at a time.
Up until now, Natasha Mayers professional life consisted of crisscrossing the globe, spending time in areas that many of us see only on TV or a map.
If you’re like us, you might have been left tossing and turning last night over the unsolved mystery surrounding the origins of RAND Slam!, the Senate Softball League team.
RAND Slam!, a team from the Senate Softball League, bares the name of Sen. Rand Paul. And the team plays in the league named after the chamber in which the Kentucky Republican serves.
Softball is a merciless sport, played in the cruelest months, capable of driving its participants to the depths of despair.
Chandler Lockhart is a softball junkie.
Lauren Worley single-handedly piloted the NASA softball team, Deep Space 9, off the launching pad.