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“Angels in the Outfield is a fairy tale about “Guffy McGovern,” a tough, hardhearted, weathered baseball manager on the verge of losing his job as skipper of the Pittsburgh Pirates.”
“Your Love" by The Outfield is a surprisingly popular at-bat song for some players, but not the major leaguers in our latest Batter's Hit Box.”
““Outfield,” Nana said, more statement than question.”
“Now a youthful 46, she's a trim, photogenic singer who will shine in her close-ups when Tosca is simulcast at Nationals Park on September 22, a gift of "Opera in the Outfield" to D.C. fans.”
“For information about all performances including "Opera in the Outfield,”
“Outfield players are a different matter: It's extremely rare for any non-keeper to play more than 90 percent of minutes in a season.”
“Outfield hopeful John Raynor saw the glass half full when he was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates from the Florida Marlins in the Rule 5 draft.”
“The Braves, see, have an outfield that's far worse than The Outfield, a cheesy pop band from Britain with a fascination for baseball.”
“Opera in the Outfield, though not yet official, will be back.”
“Un Ballo in Maschera continues through Sept. 25 at the Kennedy Center Opera House; the free "Opera in the Outfield" broadcast to Nationals Park takes place on Sept. 19.”
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