This VERY RARE DVD "Ballfield to Battlefield and Back, From FDR to JFK" Filmed in COLOR and personally narrated by George Case (6 time American League stolen base champion, (4) time American League All Star) and Mickey Vernon. (2 time American League batting champion and (7) time American League All Star.). The DVD also features more than 40 future Hall of Famer's and (4) President's of the United States "throwing out the first ball" in Washington DC.
Former Nats Fireman Cordero Retires from Baseball
Former Nats closer, Chad Cordero announced his retirement yesterday. For most Nationals fans Cordero was known as the Chief and he was the charismatic closer for the Expos/Nats from 2003 to 2008. The Chief was always one of the most popular players when he was with the Washington Nationals. During his days in Washington,
Cordero was one of the most dominating closer in the majors. His breakout season was in 2005 with the Nationals. During the 2005 season Cordero made the National League All-Star team and led all national league closers with 47 saves.
The name, Chad Cordero will live on for a long time in the Washington Baseball record books. Both his 47 saves for the Nationals in 2005 and his 113 career saves with the Nats will go down as the most by any Washington pitchers in history.
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