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G2 EXTRA: Batter up, Brothers!
The folks at AOL got some surprise guests at their company’s summer picnic and softball game today on Dulles Green in Virginia.
The Jonas Brothers, in town for their concert tonight at the Verizon Center, stopped by the gathering to play a little ball and get warmed up for their performance.
Dubbing themselves the Road Dogs, the Jonas Brothers, their road crew and the youngest Jonas brother Frankie, who is not in the band but is known as the Bonus Jonas,” went to bat against the AOL team led by AOL CEO Tim Armstrong.
Our source tells us that Mr. Armstrong played catcher and got the wind knocked out of him by lead singer Nick Jonas as he slid into home base.
The Road Dogs were triumphant, but in the end everybody was a winner.
Our source tells us that the Jonas clan posed for pictures and signed autographs.
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