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And so, while you're sitting around basking in the afterglow of #BeastAppreciationDay, and wondering how Dan Haren's physical turned out, and crying over losing Sean Burnett to the Angels and  Danny Rosenbaum and Jeff Kobernus in the Rule 5 Draft, and dreaming about Spring, enjoy the photo above of the guy Davey Johnson all but guaranteed will be back at first base next year for the Washington Nationals. Just not on a 3-year deal, right Mike Rizzo? Oh, that photo of the deer Adam LaRoche killed with fellow Buck Commander Willie Robertson a few days ago is via @williebosshog himself ("Successful day in Kansas. #deerpic". H/T @mo_brandon). Unrelated: don't forget to buy your tickets for NatsFest. Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.
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