WaPo's Adam Kilgore Gets A Little Bit Lost

We're huge fans of Adam Kilgore's work for the Washington Post on the Nationals beat, so we promise we're not blogging this to be mean-spirited. Rather, we're just going to say how nice it is that baseball beat writers are prone to the same bouts of absent-mindedness as the rest of us.

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In fairness, Disney and Kissimmee sort of sound the same. And if our work with Google Maps is correct, Kilgore's only missed his target by about 30 minutes, so he should be there in plenty of time for Friday's 1:05 first pitch against the Astros. So we can skip the vibe, and go straight to laughing about this, right?

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UPDATE: He made it!

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