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Segway-Riding GM

You've seen the pictures. Now see video of Jim Bowden tooling around spring training on a Nats-customized Segway -- and the amused (bemused?) reactions of his players.

-- Jon DeNunzio

By washingtonpost.com Sports Editor  |  February 26, 2008; 3:48 PM ET
 
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Ha, tooling. Never has a term been more appropriate. But, he's our tool....right?

Posted by: Corey | February 26, 2008 4:05 PM | Report abuse

hahahahhahaha

thanks for the laugh

Posted by: Segway Inventor | February 26, 2008 4:07 PM | Report abuse

Tooling. I want credit.

Posted by: John in Mpls | February 26, 2008 4:08 PM | Report abuse

This is what's wrong with America. So he's too lazy to actually walk between the six fields so he'll cart himself around.

Talk about lazy and sad.

Posted by: Kyle | February 26, 2008 4:08 PM | Report abuse

Curly W. I want credit.

Posted by: Charlie Slowes | February 26, 2008 4:17 PM | Report abuse

We give you credit all the time, Charlie.

For those interested in baseball in general, Slate's got a great Bill James essay on how he fell in and out of love with Craig Biggio:

http://www.slate.com/id/2184797

Posted by: Section 506 (Before moving) | February 26, 2008 4:20 PM | Report abuse

I don't know which video is more hilarious, Dukes golfing or Bowden's segway adventures...

Posted by: natsinthevalley | February 26, 2008 4:25 PM | Report abuse

I heard that those things are impossible to fall off of, so I am a bit perplexed that some of the players acctually fell off. Jason, I really hope you were not one of them.
Actually I read somewhere that George W. Bush was the first person to fall off a segway. Ahhh yes, another amazing accomplishment for him. Well I guess all that matters is that Jimbo is having fun. At least he is not using the segway to see and choose 5 starters from a group of 29 pitchers like he had to do last year.

Posted by: Ben G | February 26, 2008 4:32 PM | Report abuse

@Kyle
You're kidding right?! If not, I should point out being in shape in not in the job description of a Baseball GM. Being time conscious (only so many hours in a day in which to pull the trigger).

Posted by: A Hardwick | February 26, 2008 4:35 PM | Report abuse

I said this on the other post, but the shot between about :50 and :53 cracked me up--shirt blowing, hunkered down, etc.

Whatever. It sounds like all the fields are really far away from each other and he's got a lot of people to check out. Plus HE'S not trying to stay out of the minors.

I agree. He might be a tool, (John in Mpls) but he's our tool. Or a little more nicely put by Shawn Hill, "he's his own guy."

Posted by: NatsNut | February 26, 2008 4:37 PM | Report abuse

Thank you for the parenthetical citation.

Posted by: John in Mpls | February 26, 2008 4:39 PM | Report abuse

... someone asked "Do men wear Crocs?"

... you betcha men wear 'em. I wear Crocs in the shower at the rink after hockey games, and I notice quite a number of men wearing Crocs - or Holey Shoes, if you buy the cheapie ones - - during the heat of the summer.

... maybe it's not as much of a gender thing as some might suspect.

Go Jesus Colome! Go Nats!!

Posted by: natscan reduxit | February 26, 2008 4:48 PM | Report abuse

@Kyle
You're kidding right?! If not, I should point out being in shape in not in the job description of a Baseball GM. Being time conscious (only so many hours in a day in which to pull the trigger).

Posted by: A Hardwick | February 26, 2008 04:35 PM

Well being "fit" isn't in the job description of computer programmer, truck driver, or anything else but this does highlight the laziness of Americans. That's why this countries adult and child obsesity rates are through the roof.

Posted by: Samuel Kiggens | February 26, 2008 4:49 PM | Report abuse

I wear crocs.

Posted by: RuPaul | February 26, 2008 4:51 PM | Report abuse

FYI - The fields are not that far apart. There are four fields that square up to two story building where coaches/mgmt can look over all four fields at the same time.

Posted by: Brian | February 26, 2008 4:52 PM | Report abuse

I thought being "unfit" was in the job description of computer programmers, isn't it?

Posted by: Section 506 (Before moving) | February 26, 2008 4:52 PM | Report abuse

New, tricked0out Segway = fun and funny

Who could resist riding it around?

Posted by: Section 506 (Before moving) | February 26, 2008 4:53 PM | Report abuse

Segway comes forward with the model already Nats-up, AND it can carry you faster between fields to view more practices and drills, AND it's a tax deduction (definite business expense), AND it can allow for a fast escape from beat writers, AND it is one of a kind...that's an automatic "put it on my credit card".

Now if Barry S. or Dave S. gets one, can we call them beat riders?

Posted by: joemktg | February 26, 2008 5:10 PM | Report abuse

JimBo on a Segway is one thing.

Frank ROBINSON on a Segway woulda been priceless! :-)

Posted by: Juan-John | February 26, 2008 5:15 PM | Report abuse

Since GWB has already been mentioned in this post for other reasons, and since the crocs discussion (!) continues, I'm carrying this over from the end of the prior thread:

http://shoeblogs.com/2007/06/12/impeach-him/

Posted by: Bob L. Head | February 26, 2008 5:16 PM | Report abuse

Dimitri singing the Toys R' Us song was awesome!

Posted by: frog7694 | February 26, 2008 5:19 PM | Report abuse

This has worked for the Segway company- folks have to remember they exist, mostly. It has worked for Bowden, who is a goofball I greatly appreciate now, and who loves attention. It worked for Mr. DeNunzio, who is clearly so good we will lose him to the Redskins beat.

Getting Jason Bergmann, Dmitri and Ray King to comment was a great choice- all were entertaining. Ray King needs to make this team, do well, be traded, and come back next year. You gotta love the guy.

So JimBo can go to the gym instead. Let him play with his toy. I am sure those curly W's have been seen around the country, and like Segway, we just need the rest of the country to become more aware that our team exists.

Posted by: Positively Half St. | February 26, 2008 5:20 PM | Report abuse

Crocs may be the uglies shoes in creation, but for those of us with bad feet/knees/hips, they're the most *comfortable* shoes in creation!

Posted by: Juan-John | February 26, 2008 5:22 PM | Report abuse

One more thing. In the interest of non-statistical bragging rights, please go to the DC Pro Sports Report blog to tell them you pay more attention to the Nats than the Wizards or Caps:

http://dcprosportsreport.com/?p=52

Few have voted on this poll, so let's ambush it!

Posted by: Positively Half St. | February 26, 2008 5:22 PM | Report abuse

" ... It worked for Mr. DeNunzio, who is clearly so good we will lose him to the Redskins beat. ..."

Posted by: Positively Half St. | February 26, 2008 05:20 PM

Thanks, Positively, but I am neither "so good" nor a candidate to cover the Redskins. I am just a washingtonpost.com sports editor hanging out at his desk in Arlington.

Posted by: Jon DeNunzio | February 26, 2008 5:24 PM | Report abuse

I have to respond to OTP's comments with my complete disagreement. I do not want to read about other teams on this blog unless it impacts the Nats in some way - and that goes especially for the Baltimore Orioles. There's hundreds of avenues to get info on them somewhere else. I might suggest MASN or The Baltimore Sun.

I had the Orioles forced down my throat for 33 seasons and I don't need to hear any more about them. I don't care if the Post covers them like they have so far this year. I just don't read the stories.

Very few Nats fans are Orioles fans - most went to Baltimore because there was nothing else, Camden Yards is a beautiful park, or to root for the visiting team -- especially the Red Sox and Yankees. I was a baseball observer from 1972 -2004 - on Opening Day 2005 I became a Nationals FAN!

Please, keep this blog centered on the Nationals!

Posted by: natswriter | February 26, 2008 5:31 PM | Report abuse


Segway-Riding GM
You've seen the pictures. Now see video of Jim Bowden tooling around spring training on a Nats-customized Segway -- and the amused (bemused?) reactions of his players.

-- Jon DeNunzio


By washingtonpost.com Sports Editor | February 26, 2008; 3:48 PM ET
Previous: Guess where I went to lunch? (And actual baseball stuff) |

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Ha, tooling. Never has a term been more appropriate. But, he's our tool....right?

Posted by: Corey | February 26, 2008 04:05 PM

hahahahhahaha

thanks for the laugh

Posted by: Segway Inventor | February 26, 2008 04:07 PM

Tooling. I want credit.

Posted by: John in Mpls | February 26, 2008 04:08 PM

This is what's wrong with America. So he's too lazy to actually walk between the six fields so he'll cart himself around.

Talk about lazy and sad.

Posted by: Kyle | February 26, 2008 04:08 PM

Curly W. I want credit.

Posted by: Charlie Slowes | February 26, 2008 04:17 PM

We give you credit all the time, Charlie.

For those interested in baseball in general, Slate's got a great Bill James essay on how he fell in and out of love with Craig Biggio:

http://www.slate.com/id/2184797

Posted by: Section 506 (Before moving) | February 26, 2008 04:20 PM

I don't know which video is more hilarious, Dukes golfing or Bowden's segway adventures...

Posted by: natsinthevalley | February 26, 2008 04:25 PM

I heard that those things are impossible to fall off of, so I am a bit perplexed that some of the players acctually fell off. Jason, I really hope you were not one of them.
Actually I read somewhere that George W. Bush was the first person to fall off a segway. Ahhh yes, another amazing accomplishment for him. Well I guess all that matters is that Jimbo is having fun. At least he is not using the segway to see and choose 5 starters from a group of 29 pitchers like he had to do last year.


Posted by: Ben G | February 26, 2008 04:32 PM

@Kyle
You're kidding right?! If not, I should point out being in shape in not in the job description of a Baseball GM. Being time conscious (only so many hours in a day in which to pull the trigger).

Posted by: A Hardwick | February 26, 2008 04:35 PM

I said this on the other post, but the shot between about :50 and :53 cracked me up--shirt blowing, hunkered down, etc.

Whatever. It sounds like all the fields are really far away from each other and he's got a lot of people to check out. Plus HE'S not trying to stay out of the minors.

I agree. He might be a tool, (John in Mpls) but he's our tool. Or a little more nicely put by Shawn Hill, "he's his own guy."


Posted by: NatsNut | February 26, 2008 04:37 PM

Thank you for the parenthetical citation.

Posted by: John in Mpls | February 26, 2008 04:39 PM

... someone asked "Do men wear Crocs?"

... you betcha men wear 'em. I wear Crocs in the shower at the rink after hockey games, and I notice quite a number of men wearing Crocs - or Holey Shoes, if you buy the cheapie ones - - during the heat of the summer.

... maybe it's not as much of a gender thing as some might suspect.

Go Jesus Colome! Go Nats!!

Posted by: natscan reduxit | February 26, 2008 04:48 PM

@Kyle
You're kidding right?! If not, I should point out being in shape in not in the job description of a Baseball GM. Being time conscious (only so many hours in a day in which to pull the trigger).

Posted by: A Hardwick | February 26, 2008 04:35 PM

Well being "fit" isn't in the job description of computer programmer, truck driver, or anything else but this does highlight the laziness of Americans. That's why this countries adult and child obsesity rates are through the roof.

Posted by: Samuel Kiggens | February 26, 2008 04:49 PM

I wear crocs.

Posted by: RuPaul | February 26, 2008 04:51 PM

FYI - The fields are not that far apart. There are four fields that square up to two story building where coaches/mgmt can look over all four fields at the same time.

Posted by: Brian | February 26, 2008 04:52 PM

I thought being "unfit" was in the job description of computer programmers, isn't it?

Posted by: Section 506 (Before moving) | February 26, 2008 04:52 PM

New, tricked0out Segway = fun and funny

Who could resist riding it around?

Posted by: Section 506 (Before moving) | February 26, 2008 04:53 PM

Segway comes forward with the model already Nats-up, AND it can carry you faster between fields to view more practices and drills, AND it's a tax deduction (definite business expense), AND it can allow for a fast escape from beat writers, AND it is one of a kind...that's an automatic "put it on my credit card".

Now if Barry S. or Dave S. gets one, can we call them beat riders?

Posted by: joemktg | February 26, 2008 05:10 PM

JimBo on a Segway is one thing.

Frank ROBINSON on a Segway woulda been priceless! :-)

Posted by: Juan-John | February 26, 2008 05:15 PM

Since GWB has already been mentioned in this post for other reasons, and since the crocs discussion (!) continues, I'm carrying this over from the end of the prior thread:

http://shoeblogs.com/2007/06/12/impeach-him/

Posted by: Bob L. Head | February 26, 2008 05:16 PM

Dimitri singing the Toys R' Us song was awesome!

Posted by: frog7694 | February 26, 2008 05:19 PM

This has worked for the Segway company- folks have to remember they exist, mostly. It has worked for Bowden, who is a goofball I greatly appreciate now, and who loves attention. It worked for Mr. DeNunzio, who is clearly so good we will lose him to the Redskins beat.

Getting Jason Bergmann, Dmitri and Ray King to comment was a great choice- all were entertaining. Ray King needs to make this team, do well, be traded, and come back next year. You gotta love the guy.

So JimBo can go to the gym instead. Let him play with his toy. I am sure those curly W's have been seen around the country, and like Segway, we just need the rest of the country to become more aware that our team exists.

Posted by: Positively Half St. | February 26, 2008 05:20 PM

Crocs may be the uglies shoes in creation, but for those of us with bad feet/knees/hips, they're the most *comfortable* shoes in creation!

Posted by: Juan-John | February 26, 2008 05:22 PM

One more thing. In the interest of non-statistical bragging rights, please go to the DC Pro Sports Report blog to tell them you pay more attention to the Nats than the Wizards or Caps:

http://dcprosportsreport.com/?p=52

Few have voted on this poll, so let's ambush it!

Posted by: Positively Half St. | February 26, 2008 05:22 PM

" ... It worked for Mr. DeNunzio, who is clearly so good we will lose him to the Redskins beat. ..."

Posted by: Positively Half St. | February 26, 2008 05:20 PM

Thanks, Positively, but I am neither "so good" nor a candidate to cover the Redskins. I am just a washingtonpost.com sports editor hanging out at his desk in Arlington.

Posted by: Jon DeNunzio | February 26, 2008 05:24 PM

I have to respond to OTP's comments with my complete disagreement. I do not want to read about other teams on this blog unless it impacts the Nats in some way - and that goes especially for the Baltimore Orioles. There's hundreds of avenues to get info on them somewhere else. I might suggest MASN or The Baltimore Sun.

I had the Orioles forced down my throat for 33 seasons and I don't need to hear any more about them. I don't care if the Post covers them like they have so far this year. I just don't read the stories.

Very few Nats fans are Orioles fans - most went to Baltimore because there was nothing else, Camden Yards is a beautiful park, or to root for the visiting team -- especially the Red Sox and Yankees. I was a baseball observer from 1972 -2004 - on Opening Day 2005 I became a Nationals FAN!

Please, keep this blog centered on the Nationals!

Posted by: natswriter | February 26, 2008 05:31 PM
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Isn't that the pot calling the kettle black now that everyone here wants the Nats to be forced down everyones throat?

Posted by: Pot, meet Kettle | February 26, 2008 5:32 PM | Report abuse

Nice job with the cut & paste, Pot.

Posted by: Matt | February 26, 2008 5:37 PM | Report abuse

... and to answer you question, No. If you come to the NATIONALS Journal, it's reasonable to expect that 99% of the content will be centered on the NATIONALS. Who in their right mind would check the NATIONALS Journal for Orioles news? Would you go to the Redskins Insider for Ravens updates?

Posted by: Matt | February 26, 2008 5:41 PM | Report abuse

Remember, don't feed the...

Posted by: ...trolls | February 26, 2008 5:46 PM | Report abuse

Sure, if the Redskins were playing the Ravens on Sunday.

Posted by: Section 506 (Before moving) | February 26, 2008 5:46 PM | Report abuse

Bob L. Head,

... the problem with dubbya was not the Crocs, but the socks he was wearing inside them!

Posted by: natscan reduxit | February 26, 2008 6:19 PM | Report abuse

Jon,

Great work! Is there any to find out if Craig Heist will be attending the Nats game tomorrow in Jupiter? My pops used to work with him back in the VOA days and I would love to say hello.

Thanks!
-ari

Posted by: apqjr | February 26, 2008 6:26 PM | Report abuse

I said I would post here the reply I got to my question to the team about the exhibition game tickets for 20-game plans. Here's what I got in e-mail today:

"Thanks for your email. As you know, our 20 game season ticket holders will not receive their season ticket location for the exhibition game. Therefore, the exhibition game tickets need to be printed separately from the season ticket booklet. We plan to mail out all the exhibition tickets to our 20 game plans within the next 10 days. Please be on the lookout for these tickets."

Posted by: Section 419+1 | February 26, 2008 6:57 PM | Report abuse

Barry, how long are these live BP sessions?

Hill's soreness after 8 minutes of throwing in the bullpen worries me just a little even though he calls it normal.

Bergs: Could you maybe describe the process of ramping up to major league starts starting with such sessions? Does it feel slow or fast? How sore is normal sore? I love that you read this. Looking forward to seeing your handiwork. Oh, and how are the new players impacting the clubhouse? Who are taking up the prankster slack left by schneider and fick?

Dave, I forgot to agree that I'd love condensed updates from other clubs every once in a while, with more coverage for the NL east.

The NJ is better than ever.

Posted by: nattaboy | February 26, 2008 7:15 PM | Report abuse

Done, PHS. Nats are in the lead. Yay!

---

One more thing. In the interest of non-statistical bragging rights, please go to the DC Pro Sports Report blog to tell them you pay more attention to the Nats than the Wizards or Caps:

http://dcprosportsreport.com/?p=52

Few have voted on this poll, so let's ambush it!

Posted by: natsfan1a | February 26, 2008 7:25 PM | Report abuse

Thanks for the reminder, 1a. My vote's in.

Posted by: Hendo | February 26, 2008 7:54 PM | Report abuse

"... the problem with dubbya was not the Crocs, but the socks he was wearing inside them!"

Dubya's problems go way beyond Crocs, natscan. Because this is a Nationals blog and not a political blog, let me just hold my tongue now and say you should count your blessings every day that you're Canadian and don't have this bozo running your country.

Posted by: Section 419+1 | February 26, 2008 8:31 PM | Report abuse

Not sure how serious Corey is really, but "I think you're on to something, Wacker."
Planet NJ *should/could/would* do a bene for Manny's foundation, or maybe better the House of Ruth?
Show of hands? Who's (penciled) in?

(Jason, if this flies among the blogerati, can you liaison with the FO?)
**************************
Instead of that $10,000-a-table Nats Dream Foundation Dinner or whatever it is out at the new hotel on the river, we need to organize a NJ Captains Choice tourney with all proceeds going to the impACTAkids Foundation (or however Manny spells it). Dibs on Elijah - all I have to do is bring my 56-degree and putter.
Posted by: Corey | February 25, 2008 03:16 PM

Posted by: I'm Serious. | February 26, 2008 9:03 PM | Report abuse

No, really. This blog's got no shortage of mouth. Let's put some(body else's) money. I'm in.

Posted by: CEvans | February 26, 2008 9:05 PM | Report abuse

Barry-

Im making my first trip to the Grapefruit League Monday. Ive gone to Arizona many times and the minor league complexes are pretty much on site at the major league fields.

Any suggestions on where/when to hang out at Space Coast to view the minor leaguers?

Any nightlife suggestions?

thnaks

Posted by: Los Doce Ocho | February 26, 2008 9:16 PM | Report abuse

Can Shenin be our new beat writer after Barry leaves for the dark side?

Posted by: natsinthevalley | February 26, 2008 9:16 PM | Report abuse

Free tax advice. If he paid it out of his own money then it's only deductible as a Misc deduction which must exceed 2% of your AGI(adusted gross income). I think Jim Bowden makes like 500k at least so the Segway would need to be more than $10 to get any tax benefit.
---
it's a tax deduction (definite business expense),

Posted by: joemktg | February 26, 2008 05:10 PM

Posted by: Anonymous | February 26, 2008 9:23 PM | Report abuse

OK, I'm hoping that this might be a potentially important message for some key folks. I am likely to stick my neck out and acquire a full season ticket package (4 tickets, enough to accomodate my wife and two young daughters as necessary), of which I will probably use 30-40 games in total (and half of those, 2 tix not all four).

I would be interested in hearing from some like-minded regular denizens of Planet NJ, who would not otherwise acquire season tickets on their own, but whom are willing to commit to something like 2 tickets for 20 games money-wise, but with the flexibility to get all four from time to time (I am thinking particularly of those, like me, who might want to bring family on the weekends but join a few NJ-based baseball/Nats fan types on weekdays).

Interested parties please e-mail me at Bob.L.Head@live.com for further info.

Posted by: Bob L. Head | February 26, 2008 9:24 PM | Report abuse

Section 419+1,

... I do that already, and every day as you suggest. But because of blogs like this one, and by virtue of many other acquaintances from other walks of life, I have a true appreciation for the people of your country ... on the whole. That dichotomy - between administration and people - makes for an interesting life, as you might imagine.

... but for now, it's: game on! Play Ball! Bring on the Fish!

Go Paul Lo Duca! Go Nats!!

Posted by: natscan reduxit | February 26, 2008 9:26 PM | Report abuse

"Dubya's problems go way beyond Crocs, natscan. Because this is a Nationals blog and not a political blog, let me just hold my tongue now and say you should count your blessings every day that you're Canadian and don't have this bozo running your country."

_______________________________________

Thanks for serving up the Liberal Hater-Aid in the NJ, Section 419+1.

However, we she should probably not dicuss, politics, abortion, religion or sexuality, in the NJ, much like you would not do in the work place. "Just My Opinion, I could be wrong."


Posted by: Section 505/203 | February 26, 2008 9:47 PM | Report abuse

Hi 419+1,

... as much as I share your politics, I think 502 has it right. This blog is not a place for such discussions. I believe that goes for me especially. NJ bloggers have welcomed me warmly and without question, and while I'm reading or posting, I feel like I'm a guest in your country, and for that reason alone I shouldn't have got drawn into it in the first place. I apologise to you all.

... but one quibble I have with 502's comments: where I come from, the office (coffee/lunch room) is the very place to discuss religion, sexuality, politics ... and most surely, sports.

Go Aaron Boone! Go Nats!!

Posted by: natscan reduxit | February 26, 2008 10:24 PM | Report abuse

Hey,
I've got dibs on Nationals religon, politics,and sex.

Posted by: Trifecta | February 27, 2008 12:01 AM | Report abuse

I just wanna thank all those Nats fans for sticking up for me in here.

Alright, back to searching around on the google.

Posted by: George W. Bush | February 27, 2008 12:05 AM | Report abuse

Preset Commands for Wednesday 27 Feb 2008
1. Confirm NLT 1:00 PM Autodial for Washington Post Conference Call. Preset on cell phone.
2. Drive to Jupiter NLT 4:00 PM.
3. Post one time 1-800 or local DC conference call phone dial in number on NJ NLT 5:30 PM.
4. Sit Near Charlie and Dave NLT 6:45 PM.
5. Open Conference Call NLT 6:55 PM to allow ten minutes for NJ regulars to join.
6. 7:05 Share the season's first game despite MASN, et al.

Posted by: Reporter Remote Controller | February 27, 2008 12:15 AM | Report abuse

Preset Commands for Wednesday 27 Feb 2008

Confirm NLT 1:00 PM Autodial for WP Conference Call. Preset on cell phone.

Drive to Jupiter NLT 4:00 PM.

Post one time 800 or local DC conference call phone dial in number on NJ NLT 5:30 PM.

Sit Near Charlie and Dave NLT 6:45 PM.

Open Conference Call NLT 6:55 PM to allow ten minutes for NJ regulars to join.

Share the season's first game despite MASN, et al NLT 7:05.

Posted by: Reporter Remote Controller | February 27, 2008 12:20 AM | Report abuse

Oops.

Posted by: RRC | February 27, 2008 12:22 AM | Report abuse

Hey, it happens, Reporter Remote Control. (reset) :)

Posted by: natsfan1a | February 27, 2008 8:28 AM | Report abuse

As previously noted, I don't golf, but I'm all for donations to Manny's foundation (and have, in fact, made one). Otherwise, there are many worthy DC organizations (see, for example, the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence) that I'd be hesitant to try to identify one for a group effort.

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Not sure how serious Corey is really, but "I think you're on to something, Wacker."
Planet NJ *should/could/would* do a bene for Manny's foundation, or maybe better the House of Ruth?
Show of hands? Who's (penciled) in?

(Jason, if this flies among the blogerati, can you liaison with the FO?)

Posted by: natsfan1a | February 27, 2008 8:31 AM | Report abuse

He reminds me of G.O.B. from Arrested Development

Posted by: NatfansBoston | April 6, 2008 2:36 PM | Report abuse

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