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December 27, 2014

53rd Annual Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game Rosters

With the 53rd Annual Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game less than three weeks away, the Democrats and Republicans have set their rosters.

Democrats have one new player this year, Rep. Tony Cárdenas of California. Republicans, hoping to redeem themselves after a shutout last year, have added Reps. Mo Brooks of Alabama and Vance McAllister of Louisiana.

Here is your complete list of the members of Congress who will be facing off at Nationals Park on June 25. Tickets are now available online.

DEMOCRATS

Manager: Mike Doyle, Pennsylvania

Tony Cárdenas, California

Timothy H. Bishop, New York

John Carney, Delaware

William Lacy Clay, Missouri

Joseph Crowley, New York

Joe Donnelly, Indiana

Jared Huffman, California

Hakeem Jeffries, New York

Dan Kildee, Michigan

Christopher S. Murphy, Connecticut

Patrick Murphy, Florida

Bill Pascrell Jr., New Jersey

Ed Perlmutter, Colorado

Jared Polis, Colorado

Cedric L. Richmond, Louisiana

Raul Ruiz, California

Tim Ryan, Ohio

Linda T. Sánchez, California

Kurt Schrader, Oregon

Adam Smith, Washington

Eric Swalwell, California

 

REPUBLICANS

Manager: Joe L. Barton, Texas

Coach: Roger Williams, Texas

Lou Barletta, Pennsylvania

Kevin Brady, Texas

Mo Brooks, Alabama

K. Michael Conaway, Texas

Rodney Davis, Illinois

Jeff Duncan, South Carolina

Jeff Flake, Arizona

Chuck Fleischmann, Tennessee

Sam Graves, Missouri

Bill Johnson, Ohio

Jack Kingston, Georgia

Vance McAllister, Louisiana

Doug LaMalfa, California

Patrick Meehan, Pennsylvania

Mick Mulvaney, South Carolina

Steven M. Palazzo, Mississippi

Rand Paul, Kentucky

Steve Pearce, New Mexico

Tom Rooney, Florida

Dennis A. Ross, Florida

Steve Scalise, Louisiana

Austin Scott, Georgia

John Shimkus, Illinois

Bill Shuster, Pennsylvania

Marlin Stutzman, Indiana

Daniel Webster, Florida

Brad Wenstrup, Ohio

Rob Wittman, Virginia

Kevin Yoder, Kansas

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  • Yonatan YONATAN

    BOTH THE REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS HAVE UTTERLY FAILED THE THREE MILLION UNEMPLOYED WORKERS, AND THEY WILLNOT FORGET THAT IN THE COMING ELECTIONS.The government asks for our sons and daughters to send to war, but fails to provide for them when the war is over. They freely will spend billions of dollars for foreign aid, but not pass an unemployment bill, for the three million unemployed families, who have been without benefits, since late last December. For the past six months, the republican senate has held the extension bill “hostage” in the senate, for political leverage, and party politics. While millions of unemployed families continue falling into financial ruin, losing all that they had worked for, over many years. These republicans have shown a total lack of human compassion, and common decency, towards these unfortunate families. Instead of trying to help them, they chose to arrogantly label them as “lazy”, and decided to ignore their pleas for help. Both political parties have utterly failed these people.

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