Free-agent first baseman Adam LaRoche is an avid hunter, and earlier today he posted a photo of a giant-ass elk that he shot on his Twitter account. That's a really fucking big elk, and the fact that it's dead has LaRoche's former Nationals teammate, Dan Haren, feelin' a little blue.
No big deal, just the Washington Nationals first baseman and his son enjoying a summer day with their guns. Someone should introduce these two to Brek Shea. I bet they could team up for a kick-ass Fourth of July party.
Last Friday, Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche went on MLB Network's Intentional Talk to rap about huntin' and prankin' with Chris Rose and Kevin Millar. The entire interview is below, but you should skip ahead to the 3:10-mark to hear LaRoche talk about the time he started a prank war that began with him cutting…
Bad break for the Nationals on this one. Adam LaRoche took Cliff Lee deep over the wall at Citizens Bank Park. Unfortunately, it hit flush with a small fence on top of the wall, bounced straight up and back onto the field. Jayson Werth thought it was a home run. Adam LaRoche thought it was a home run. The MASN booth…
Adam LaRoche made sure the PA system played "It's Raining Men" the first two times Kelly Johnson stepped to the plate. This will feature prominently in season ticket sales pitches, since it's more fun than any actual baseball in Arizona.
The Red Sox, in full panic mode and mistakenly believing they were allowed a 45-man roster, are now collecting baseball players the way most people collect baseball cards: They don't have the space or use for them.
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You know, it's really difficult to find a species of human being with a more refined sense of humor than a professional baseball player. Hell, the Padres all urinate on each other, after all.