Found December 04, 2011 on Nationals Enquirer:
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(Bottoms up! Jim Riggleman drinking with the ladies at Caddies the night he quit his job managing the Nats.) Sunday night: Reports of pigs flying, snowball fights in hell, cats and dogs living in peace, and Jim Riggleman managing* a baseball team again. *Okay, so what if it's a minor league gig with AA affiliate of the Red, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos? (Meanwhile, Laynce Nix to Philly; Nats still prefer Buehrle, but are supposedly front running for C.J. Wilson at the moment on the eve of MLB's Winter Meetings...let the rumor mongering begin!) Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.  
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