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D.C. Baseball Caput

Little Timmy: Hooray! Washington D.C.'s getting a baseball team!
Bud Selig: I'm sorry Timmy. [Loads shotgun] I have to take the Nationals behind the barn.


I know finding humor in other peoples' problems is considered a not-so-nice thing in many social circles, but the Washington Nationals/Expos/Senators/Homeless situation is entirely too good to just let go. As I'm sure you've read by now, some money problems have turned up that MLB has taken exception to, so the entire move to D.C. has been jeopardized.

Yes, after the mini-rally with pretty confetti, the unveiling of the uniforms, and the actions of the rudderless ship known as Bowden Bon Voyage, the Washington team may end up in Las Vegas. You know, gambling and Wayne Newton USA, the only place where there would be more whores right outside the stadium than there would be good baseball players in it.

Considering this franchise appears doomed no matter where it plays, I have to wonder if it's too late to rip up the "no contraction" part of the CBA. And while we're at it, let's contract the Mets too.
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