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Posted at 12:38 PM ET, 12/14/2010

Racing Presidents at the Nutcracker

By Dan Steinberg


Here are Giant Racing National Presidents doing some sort of dancing thing to the music of the Nutcracker at the Washington Ballet. Maybe it makes you smile.

In other crucial Nats news, the team is attempting to get the Curly W added to signage for the Navy Yard Metro station. I guess it'll say Wavy Yard now? Or Navy Ward?

Also, this caption in this photo gallery happened:

Pop star Adam Lambert and baseball player Ryan Zimmerman visit Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark on December 10.

It's not Cliff Lee, exactly, but you take when you can get.

By Dan Steinberg  | December 14, 2010; 12:38 PM ET
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Comments

Ha! Shoot me dead; I kinda love this.
What? No T-shirt cannon for the ballet lovers?

P.S. R.I.P. to Wil Nieves' on-deck music. You will be missed. (You, too, Wil.)

Posted by: WaPoPimp | December 14, 2010 2:15 PM | Report abuse

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