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Nationals partial owner and NFL Today host, talks World Series baseball

Washington D.C's James Brown is excited about the nation's capital being unified for once! It only happens when a major sports team is on the verge of, or wins a championship. In 2018, the Capitals won the Stanley Cup. In 1992, the Redskins won SuperBowl XXVI and the Wizards, known back then as the Bullets, won the NBA Championship in 1978. But D.C. hasn't seen a World Series appearance since 1933 or a world championship in baseball since 1924, when the Senators (now the Minnesota Twins) defeated the New York Giants.

As Pastor Tim Yeager and I caught up with JB on Vision for Life Radio: Where Faith and Sports Collide, we quickly learned that he's just as comfortable talking baseball as he is talking football.

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The Astros have now lost five straight games and the starting pitching and bullpen have let them down over that stretch. Cristian Javier was recently demoted to help him build up his stamina so that he can pitch deeper in games as the team's 5th starter when the schedule demands a 5-man starting rotation. But in the meantime, the Astros could desperately use his help out of the bullpen, and he's likely headed for relief duty when Framber Valdez returns from injury anyway. So this begs the question, is a role as the team's fifth starter the best way to maximize Javier's abilities? Check out the video to find out.

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