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I created this collage using fd's flickrtoys to represent my Washington Nationals Set, just so I could share it in a flickr group.


Now I find that this image appeared on the flickr Explore pages. Go figure. I am fascinated by how a computer program decides what's "interesting."


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Miguel Cabrera of the Florida Marlins beats ball to home plate as catcher Brian Schneider of the Washington Nationals waits to make the tag, RFK Stadium, July 4, 2006


This photo is currently Flickr's most interesting photo for "Florida Marlins"


Ramon Hernandez (Reds) Brian Schneider (Mets)

spring training game - 3/31/09.


schneider is makin that face at a stretch castillo is doin.

Greene grounded out, Lowery flied out, Winn singled, Vizquel singled, Vizcaino runs for Vizquel.


Phillies at Orioles June 9, 2012

before the start of the game with pitching coach St. Claire and catcher Schneider.

Holliday would walk after a five-pitch at bat. Martinez would complain of shoulder stiffness after the at bat, but not leave the game.

Ya know how people do head switches in PS. Well, I need to learn how to do an arm switch. I want this arm on the previous shot.

Phillies at Orioles June 9, 2012

mets new catcher brian schneider at bat

Philadelphia Phillies John Mayberry knocks a two run home run and scores Raul Ibanez on 05 August 2011 during the MLB game between the Phillies and the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park. The Phillies won 9 - 2. Box Score

The big news on this day/weekend was that Brian Schneider, a Lehigh Valley native, was playing with the IronPigs on a rehab stint.

He started the game we saw.

Pretty sure he didn't get a hit the entire weekend.

So much for homecomings.

Dan Uggla makes a first hit for Marlins in second inning.


Marlins beat Phillies 1-0 on May 30, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium in Florida.

Next guy up: Cliff Floyd. HBP (box score shows that only Lopez was HBP, but it looked like both Floyd and Perez were hit by pitches).

Since when is Schneider a coach, or a coach normally hands in the line-up card, right?

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