Found November 06, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
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Not only was Orioles’ center fielder Adam Jones was tuned into the Washington Capitals-New York Islanders game last night, he also provided some insight into the game. Caps diggin into that Islander ass right now — Adam Jones (@SimplyAJ10) November 6, 2013 This didn’t sit well with Islander fans and a back and forth soon followed. @TheBigLeebowski @kileykmiec ummm I’m not. They got they asses beat. Happens. Get em next time — Adam Jones (@SimplyAJ10) November 6, 2013 A peace offering was made, and accepted to the tune of one Frans Nielsen jersey shirt. @TheBigLeebowski @kileykmiec yes u may. — Adam Jones (@SimplyAJ10) November 6, 2013 Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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