Joe Barton: Steve Scalise Won’t Play Tomorrow Night Since He Was Shot This Morning

‘We’re going to confirm we are going to play the annual charity baseball game tomorrow at the normal time at national stadium’

BARTON: "We’re going to confirm that we are going to play the annual charity baseball game tomorrow at the normal time at national stadium, the Nats Park. We do have one new charity that we have added - the Fallen Officers Fund, in addition to the Boys & Girls club of Washington, the Washington Literacy Council and the Nationals Dream Foundation. People that attend the game can make a donation to any of those charities at the game or they can also do it online. This is a game that has been played off and on for approximately 100 years. In its current configuration, it’s been played since the 1960s. It’s currently tied to 39 wins for each side, plus two ties. Congressman Scalise will not play tomorrow night since he was shot this morning."

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