Food, parking, organ music, and other changes at Nationals Park for 2013

The swagger that comes with high expectations wasn’t the only new thing on display at Nationals Park on opening day Monday. The Nationals have made a number of small changes to the ballpark experience for 2013. In the park itself, NL East Champion banners now hang above the centerfield gate entrance, above the center field … Continue reading Food, parking, organ music, and other changes at Nationals Park for 2013

Ballpark Bus to Nationals Park gains momentum with first five area locations

Ballpark Bus to Nationals Park appears to be here to stay. Since we first wrote about the venture, which aims to give suburban Nats fans a new transportation alternative, the fledgling company has established pricing, lined up its first five official Ballpark Bus Stations, and begun taking reservations at http://www.BallparkBus.com with ticket prices as low … Continue reading Ballpark Bus to Nationals Park gains momentum with first five area locations

Ballpark Bus to Nationals Park gives suburban Nats fans a new transportation alternative

Brian Bowman was a Nationals fan with a problem. A Nats fan “since the beginning,” Bowman, 33, never bought season tickets because his family lives in Ashburn, Virginia, and could only take so many taxing rush hour drives through suburban traffic to reach Nationals Park. “I’m not near the Metro,” Bowman says, “and the drive … Continue reading Ballpark Bus to Nationals Park gives suburban Nats fans a new transportation alternative

Candlelight vigil for Wilson Ramos tonight at Nationals Park

The entire nation of Venezuela along with baseball fans and concerned citizens in DC and around the world have been on edge since Wednesday night, when news broke of the kidnapping of Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos. Following last night’s candlelight vigil held outside the stadium in Ramos’ home town of Valencia, local fans are building … Continue reading Candlelight vigil for Wilson Ramos tonight at Nationals Park