#Hot Corner

Damn Shame

This fall, a Washington, D.C. baseball team is probably going to qualify for Major League Baseball's championship tournament for the first time since 1925. Alas, this guy won't be around to see it:

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Edwin R. Johnson, 94, a Montgomery County farmer who was the son of Walter Johnson, the Hall of Fame pitcher for the old Washington Senators, died Aug. 12 at his home ...

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Edwin wasn't much of a pitcher, but was a good enough shortstop to play Class D ball for the Yankees in 1939. I wonder if he cared about the Nationals at all.

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