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Washington National manager Davey Johnson tips his cap to the crowd before a baseball game against the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park in Washington, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Johnson announced earlier in the season that this would be his last year managing the team. The Nationals organization paid tribute to him before the game, presenting him with a video tribute and a crystal award.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Photo by: Susan Walsh
Washington National manager Davey Johnson tips his cap to the crowd before a baseball game against the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park in Washington, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Johnson announced earlier in the season that this would be his last year managing the team. The Nationals organization paid tribute to him before the game, presenting him with a video tribute and a crystal award. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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