Found November 06, 2012 on
After a quiet day when the biggest Washington Nationals news was Pat Corrales leaving the organization to join Stan Kasten in LA, let's give thanks for Gio Gonzalez and his Twitter account. Photo above of Gio heading out for a night fishing excursion via @GioGonzalez47 himself.
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