What’s the Strangest Thing You Saw on Opening Day at Nationals Park?

My son and I had a lot of fun meeting people on opening day at Nationals Park. Even without Ryan Zimmerman’s fairytale-like heroics, it would have been a remarkable night to remember. It was also a night for spotting local celebrities and a variety of oddities you don’t usually find at a ball game. For … Continue reading What’s the Strangest Thing You Saw on Opening Day at Nationals Park?

Join the Nationals Ceremonial Ball Walk and Get Tickets to the First Game at Nationals Park

Washington Nationals flagship radio station WWWT (Washington Post Radio 1500 AM / 107.7 FM) is hosting a promotional event next Friday morning March 28 in which WWWT personality Nigel will be joined by a group of Nationals fans to walk the ceremonial first game baseball three miles from RFK Stadium to the new Nationals Park. … Continue reading Join the Nationals Ceremonial Ball Walk and Get Tickets to the First Game at Nationals Park

Nationals Park Photos

New Nationals Park In today’s Nationals Journal, Washington Post beat writer Barry Svrluga finally got to show off some photos from his recent tour of Nationals Park under construction. Unfortunately, the Washington Post’s blogging function doesn’t give Barry flexibility to let you see much detail. I also wish Barry had gone into some more of … Continue reading Nationals Park Photos

Washington Nationals Trade All Their Left-Handed Starters

When I first saw the cozy right field dimensions of the new Nationals Park, my first thought was “if their averages don’t improve at least we’ll see more home runs from Ryan Church and Brian Schneider.” Well, today the Washington Nationals announced that they had traded Brian Schneider and Ryan Church to the New York … Continue reading Washington Nationals Trade All Their Left-Handed Starters

Nationals Park

Nationals Park is really taking shape. The seats and the turf are both almost completely installed, and the new high-definition scoreboard is almost completely in place (the gap in the center of the photo represents the last hole to be filled) . The giant curly W that sticks out from the Nationals Park scoreboard is … Continue reading Nationals Park