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Steve M theorizes that suffering with the old Washington Senators may have lessened time in Purgatory. Joseph Ignatius Judge, the Nats' stellar first baseman, pictured above with his father, may well have discussed this theological point with the Jesuits during his later years as baseball coach at Georgetown.
Senators Nation posts a link to the video along with several fine Joe Judge pics.
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The Llamas have been chronicling the Curse of Bobby Kennedy that afflicts Washington's current baseball nine, and so may appreciate these pics, via Corbis, of the Kennedy clan sampling the National Pastime:
Kennedy & Nixon: Sen. Ted Kennedy and Red Sox catcher Russ Nixon at the start of a Cape Cod Day doubleheader between the Sox and Senators at Fenway on May 12, 1963.