Found July 19, 2012 on Mr. Irrelevant:
ZNN is brilliant yet again as Nats take series from Mets. [WaPo] Drew Storen is coming back today, it appears. [Nats Journal] Jayson Werth begins rehab at Potomac tomorrow. [Nats Journal] Bonus baby Alex Meyer also called up to Potomac. [Nats Journal] Davey Johnson’s bench has performed at a star level. [Tom Boswell] O’s beat Twins 2-1 behind Tommy Hunter, Adam Jones. [O's Insider] Another day, another commercial: RGIII for Gatorade. [Bog] LeRibeus signs, so all Skins rooks are under contract. [The Insider] Evan Royster put up crazy numbers in limited time. [Hogs Haven] Ryan Kerrigan plays guest anchor on Comcast SportsNet. [Bog] Good stuff from Vegas on Beal and the Wiz Summer Leaguers. [TAI] JaVale McGee gets a four-year, $44 million deal. [Bullets Forever] John Wall is the longest-tenured Wizard. Whoa. [Wizards Insider] Remember the time Andray Blatche ate pregame nachos. [Bog] Calle Johansson returns to D.C. as assistant coach. [Caps Insider]
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