Hes also pretty big on knowing where his food comes from: he doesnt eat dairy, and is gluten-free, and generally only eats organic, clean foods (per Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post). What you may not know: Werth owns and operates an organic farm in Illinois that spreads over nearly 500 acres, is big on wildlife (quail, pheasants, foxes, and all that good stuff), and makes pelts out of the coyotes that he manages to find on the farm (thus keeping with the Game of Thrones theme of his life). Its quite simple, actually: Werth was the keynote speaker at the Organic Trade Association 2017 Policy Conference.
The Nationals and Mariners played Thursday afternoon in a game that was scoreless until the fifth inning. Not much happened in the Mariners’ 4-2 win, so one fan found a way to stay busy (and informed). He read a newspaper. The Nationals broadcast focused in on a fan who was reading The Washington Post during the second inning of Thursday’s game. While the broadcast sort of pointed it out, the obvious risk with reading a newspaper during a baseball game is the potential of taking a foul ball to the face. It’s like the first thing the PA announcer says before every game: “Baseballs can enter the stands. Be alert.” Reading a newspaper wouldn’t be the best way to prevent such a fate. But hey, if this
LEAVE SOME BASEBALLS ON PLANET EARTH, BRYCEpEntering Friday night, Bryce Harper was in a slump. Since Tuesday, when he hit a monster 450-foot blast to dead center field, Harper had all of zero home runs.Everyone, especially Harper, knew that was simply