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Spring Training Report
Question of the Day
SEEN AND HEARD IN VIERA, FLA.
It was a Boone family reunion yesterday. Aaron Boone reported to camp, and his brother Bret, out of baseball for more than a year, signed a minor league contract and was introduced to reporters with his father, assistant general manager Bob Boone, watching.
What’s next? Pat Boone singing the first national anthem at Nationals Park? T. Boone Pickens throwing out the first pitch? …
It was a little windier than Sunday, but another good crowd showed to watch pitchers and catchers — including two dogs wearing Nationals colors. Yesterday, a short haired terrier wore a cape that said, “Little Nationals fan.”
UP — MARK ZUCKERMAN
The Washington Times’ beat writer predicted Bret Boone would join the Nationals moments before he walked in the room.
UP — NEW CARTS
The new red and white carts that team officials drive around the complex are four seaters, front and back.
DOWN — VIERA
It is amazing they roll up the streets in much of the area so early at night.
DOWN — EMERGENCY CATCHER
Aaron Boone? “I’d bring back the Tony Pena, the leg sticking out. I don’t know how long I could squat,” he said.
“You guys look a little puzzled.”
By Matt Kibbe
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