Tag Archives: D.C. Sports History

OPENING NIGHT!

No time for commentary on this momentous day, so it is just headlines today. The Post The Old Ballgame in a New City Finally, Nationals Call Themselves Homeowners RFK Schedule Nationals Draw Another Bid Group RFK’s Field May Be Named For Military Editorial – Baseball Tonight Anthony A. Williams and Jack Evans – A Good

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SPECIAL OPENING DAY FEATURE: CHARLIE BROTMAN PROFILE

After a 34-year hiatus, a Washington tradition dating back to Dwight Eisenhower’s first presidential term will be officially renewed when Charlie Brotman takes his place behind the microphone in the refurbished RFK Stadium press box on April 14. After a tune-up at an April 3 exhibition game against the New York Mets, the DC native

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Hondo!

No Place Like Home – The PostA huge Style section profile on the expansion Senators best player, Frank Howard. He will be at RFK on April 14. Winners already, Nats likely to earn $100 million – The Wash. TimesThe cash registers are ringing for the Nationals. Now imagine if Peter Angelo$ was not holding the

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