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Here's Bryce Harper having a moment with Joe Theismann after batting practice prior to Thursday night's Nats win over the Rays. We're 100% certain Joe didn't tell Bryce to break a leg. (Photo via @NationalsPR) Oh, and here's Joe with Johnny Holliday, Davey Johnson, and Ray Knight. And here's Joe as seen on TV, cheering on his favorite baseball team: (Screencap via MASN/TV) Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
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