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Natty Boh has invaded the Bowie Baysox concourse

(Courtesy the Bowie Baysox)


Newsmen and newswomen are generally loathe to provide free publicity to companies merely for existing, but for certain localish-y businesses — Ben’s Chili Bowl, McCormick and Old Bay, Geico, Natty Boh — I will make an exception.

Actually, now that I think about it, I’ll provide free publicity for pretty much any business.

Also, Natty Boh is owned by Pabst, and is probably not even localish-y anymore.

But forget all that. Because the Bowie Baysox recently got three Natty Boh tables in the concourse area, and they’re stupendous.

The tables arrived about a month ago. Pabst offered them to the franchise, which accepted.

(Courtesy the Bowie Baysox)

In other Natty Boh news, you must admit that these U.S. men’s national team-inspired Natty Boh t-shirts are fantastic.

(Thanks to @_JakeRussell)

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.



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