Nats still tone deaf: Late-night Metro and honoring Chipper Jones

The Washington Nationals again addressed their position on paying to keep Metro open if a game goes long – NO (DC Sports Bog, The Post). They choose poorly. Not risking $29,500 is short-sighted and cheap.

Also, tonight the Nats will honor a visiting player in a pregame ceremony:

So, by the end of the evening, the Nats will have honored Chipper Jones of the Atlanta Braves, but not Frank Howard of the Washington Senators. Huh?

The development of the franchise on the field is so far ahead of off the field.

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