Ron Washington leaves camp
By Master Tesfatsion
March 15, 2012 12:30:28 PM PDT

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington left Surprise on Thursday to handle a family emergency. His brother-in-law passed away Wednesday. Washington will be in New Orleans with his wife for two days. He'll rejoin the Rangers in Las Vegas on Saturday for their two-game series with th...
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TMChosen1 
Not news worthy. Knock this crap off ESPN.
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Voice of Reason. 
You sir are not post-worthy. Your post borders on crap as well.
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Voice of Reason. 
Pity your life is so bad that you have to attack others that don't agree with you. My brain may be #$it as you say, but at least I have a brain. May your ego inflate and you find joy in the knowledge that YOU are just better than everyone.
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TMChosen1 
Unlike your in depth comment, sh&t for brains
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TMChosen1 
Noone is not a word moron. Idiot indeed. Maybe you should stay away from drugs yourself.
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TMChosen1 
Noone is not a word moron. Idiot indeed. Maybe you should stay away from drugs yourself.
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josh1951 
What's your problem bozo? If noone said why Wash was gone then idiots like you would say he was doing drugs.
186 Days ago
SWATxRangers11 
Wash has had some terrible luck- I believe his mother also died within the year. Good luck this season!
186 Days ago
CreepinDeath71 
Wash is the best. Prayers for his family...
186 Days ago
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