Washington Nationals Ryan Zimmerman Weekend
The Washington Nationals honor Ryan Zimmerman, the first Draft pick in team history and the face of the franchise for more than a decade and a half, with two straight […]
Washington Nationals Summer 2022 Pups in the Park Days
Saturday, May 28 – 4:05 p.m. vs. Colorado Rockies · * Monday, June 13 – 7:05 p.m. vs. Atlanta Braves · Friday, Aug. 12 – 7:05 p.m. vs. San […]
Washington Nationals Homestand Highlights vs. the NY Mets
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 · Ryan Zimmerman Bobblehead o On Friday September 3, against the New York Mets, the first 15,000 fans will receive a Ryan Zimmerman Bobblehead presented by Pedigree. o The bobblehead features Mr. […]
What Rocks: Scherzer Keeps on Pitching
To Georgetown University students, it was the biggest day of their young lives, but to Max Scherzer it was just another workday. The Washington Nationals pitcher was spotted practicing on […]
COVID Update: No Masks Outside?
New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests how American citizens should go about their daily lives during the ongoing pandemic.
Mayor Bowser Lifts Some COVID Restrictions
Alcohol can now be sold until midnight, but restaurants are required to close by midnight. Also, on March 22, indoor dining at restaurants can increase to 25-percent capacity.
MLB & WASHINGTON NATIONALS HOST “DRIVE-THRU” PLAY BALL EVENT AT MATTHEWS MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
In an ongoing effort to further build tangible connections between baseball and the Black community, Major League Baseball is partnering with the Washington Nationals to host a special drive-thru PLAY […]
Downtowner DC: Fireworks, Lloyd Austin, Nats Apparel, HQ2
Here is a round up of the latest news items from around town, including the Council’s override of two mayoral vetoes and several non-COVID fatalities.
Downtowner DC February 12, 2020
NATS SPRING TRAINING STARTS UP Now that the Super Bowl winner has been decided, it’s time to think about the return of the 2019 World Series Champs. The Washington Nationals […]
DC Chamber Honors Baseball Visionaries
Former Mayor Anthony Williams and others discussed the economic resurgence of D.C. after years of bad publicity and investors “running away” from their sales pitches for the city.