Only the “best” pictures from DC and SF

Oh, y'all know what I mean by "best". ;) Let's take a look at a few news service pictures from the past week...

So many rain delays in Washington...

Danny wondering why he isn't hitting well

DO NOT THROW AT MARTEEN'S FACE THERE WILL BE AN ARMY AFTER YOU MR. "MICHAEL" GONZALEZ

Smile a little more, Freddie. These two next to you might be hall of famers one day. :)

Oh hey, DeRo. We miss you.
(also, look at Rochey's camo)

What a nice gift.

The autographed base made me think of Rossy's stolen base, how he took it with him, and whether he had his teammates sign it... and whether any of them wrote their career number of stolen bases with their autographs. That would be a treasure. :D

Okay, these next couple of pictures are really gross, but I had to share them so you can all shudder at Jayson Werth with me (and maybe relive my anger at him for breaking my phone that one time).

gross.

How do you see this picture and say, "Wow, I look amazing. I'm going to keep my hair like this for *years*."

 

Okay, I can't look at him anymore. Let's look at some pleasant pictures of our closer and discuss whether he got veneers, because it sure looks like it! ;)

His teef are so perfect and thick and white now!

I don't know why I'm so amused by this, and I wonder how long ago he had it done. His teeth were fine before? I mean, his canines were a little fang-y but his smile wasn't bad at all. Maybe he lost a bet with Moylo or something.

Back to the "best" theme - for all my Martini-loving readers out there...

YESSS. GOOD JOB, MIKEMINOR.

so graceful

I would go see this ballet, wouldn't you?

 

And finally, our speediest speedster on the team, speeding around third!

Run Mac run! Yaaaaay!

 

Time to get some wins in San Diego! I'll try to stay up tonight to see Maholm, but no promises... :)

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