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Hey, isn't that...?: Derek Lowe; Max Baucus; David Keith


Atlanta Braves pitcher Derek Lowe riding a D.C. Metro train, 2010 (Lisa Farbstein)

Hey, isn't that...?

  • Atlanta Braves pitcher Derek Lowe touring D.C. -- via Metro! The $60 million right-hander was fortuitously spotted on the Yellow Line on Thursday night by Metro spokeswoman/serious baseball fanatic Lisa Farbstein, who promptly took a photo (hmmm, new ad campaign?). In town, obviously, to beat the Nationals 5-0 on Saturday.
  • Sen. Max Baucus hitting the dance floor Saturday night at Policy nightclub on 14th Street NW -- really! The finance committee chairman was there for a joint birthday party honoring his son Zeno, daughter-in-law Stephanie and some of their friends.
  • David Keith watching the Tennessee-UAB game from the bar at downtown's BlackFinn on Saturday night. The actor (from the new critics' darling "Lone Star," among other things), a frequent celebvocate visitor to D.C., was with his wife and another couple.

  • By The Reliable Source  | September 28, 2010; 1:02 AM ET
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