It’s no secret that Nationals manager Davey Johnson has a lot of history with the
So, pardon him for getting a little nostalgic his days as a young player in Baltimore in the 1960s.
"It was more of a family,'' he told reporters on Friday. "It was my first big league team and it was (a family). We tried to live close to each other. We did things off the field. We partied a lot. We won a lot so we had a lot to party for."
One of those parties almost changed baseball as we know it, when a very important player on that team had quite a scare.
"I remember the time that
Johnson said he remembers the parties and the fun more than all the ballgames the Orioles won in those days.