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Drew Storen Bobblehead Night: Aug. 20
07/23/2010 10:10 AM ET
Drew Storen makes his triumphant return to the Pfitz on Aug. 20 in bobblehead form.
Drew Storen makes his triumphant return to the Pfitz on Aug. 20 in bobblehead form. (Potomac Nationals)

Don't miss GEICO Drew Storen Bobblehead Night at Pfitzner Stadium on Aug. 20. The first 1,000 fans to arrive for the game between Potomac and Winston-Salem will get a free Drew Storen bobblehead, presented by Dave Stinson's Local GEICO Office.

The Washington Nationals reliever made a brief stop in Potomac on his meteoric rise through the minors. Storen made seven appearances with the P-Nats, allowing just two earned runs. He went on to make 10 appearances with Double-A Harrisburg and pitched 12 1/3 scoreless inning for the Senators.

Storen began this season in Harrisburg and was just as phenomenal. He allowed just one earned run in seven appearances and converted all four save opportunities. With that, he made the leap to Triple-A Syracuse, where he allowed just one earned run in six appearances before getting the call to the majors.

The switch-hitting right-hander boasts a minor-league ERA of 1.67 (10 ER, 53.2 IP).

GEICO (Government Employees Insurance Company) - as part of Berkshire Hathaway - is the third-largest private passenger auto insurer in the United States. GEICO provides auto insurance coverage for 9 million policyholders and insures more than 16 million vehicles.

In addition to auto insurance, GEICO offers customers insurance products for their motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), boats, homes, apartments and mobile homes. Commercial auto insurance and personal umbrella protection and life insurance are also available.

Your local GEICO insurance agent serving the Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia area is Dave Stinson, Sr. Dave's office is located at 14694 Lee Highway in Gainesville, VA. For a free rate quote, call 703-754-3555.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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