The Washington Baseball Annual HAS LAUNCHED

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Hey Everyone,

The day is finally here….PITCHERS AND CATCHERS HAVE
REPORTED! On a similar front, the Citizens of Natstown Washington Baseball
Annual LAUNCHED THIS MORNING on Amazon, and will have an iPad-optimized version
on the iBook store soon. Both versions are the same price and contain the same
great material; I’m partial to the iPad version, but that’s because I’ve been
staring at it for the last six weeks or so.

The Annual contains contributions from the entire Citizens
staff, and some help from Frank over at Nationals 101 and includes exclusive
articles, player previews, farm system reports, 2013 projections and MUCH more.
This has been a busy offseason and we want to make sure that you, the fans, are
primed for 2013.

I’m extremely proud of this book, more so of this Staff, and
am very excited to see what readers think of it. Head on over to Amazon, there’s
a preview you can download and then purchase if you like what you see. Thanks
again for reading.