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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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