The Caps Zoloft Jersey: Pass or Fail?

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Posted November 7, 2014

(Photo by Caps Outsider)

At the Zoo on Wednesday, we spotted a fan wearing a Caps ‘Zoloft’ jersey. For those of you who don’t know what Zoloft is, it’s a prescription drug that treats depression and anxiety. Though it’s an antidepressant, it’s side effects are more familiar to Caps fan, especially during the playoffs: Dry mouth, mild diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and sexual problems.

As for the significance of the number on the jersey? Not sure. But here are the players who have worn the #18 sweater for the Caps:

Ron Jones (1974-75) Bill Riley (1974-75), Rick Bragnolo (1975-77), Eddy Godin (1977-79), Greg Polis (1978-80), Glen Currie (1979-80), Harvie Pocza (1979-80), Tim Tookey (1980-81), Lou Franceschetti (1981-82), Roland Stoltz (1981-82), Craig Laughlin (1982-88), Doug Wickenheiser (1989-90), Steve Maltais (1990-91), Randy Burridge (1991-95), Andrew Brunette (1995-98), Trevor Halverson (1998-99), Matt Pettinger (2001-07)

Here’s the full image. Click to enlarge.

Zoloft Caps Jersey

Ben Sumner
Ben Sumner is the editor of Capitals Outsider. He also works for The Washington Post and contributes there when he gets a scoop.
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