Your browser does not support iframes. On Friday, Washington, D.C.’s all-time home run leader, Frank Howard was added to the Ring of Honor. He’s the only non-Hall of Famer in the ring which is no longer restricted to just that membership. Howard is also immortalized in a statue (that the D.C. Fine Arts Commission installed)
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So, all Washington Nationals are washing finding their lucky t-shirts, eating and drinking the same thing as they did on Sunday, right? In this 5-game series, a 2-1 deficit seems like one that cannot be conquered, right? Particularly after giving up 20 runs in two games to the defending world champions, the St. Louis Cardinals.
Washington Senators slugger Frank Howard was the last great D.C. baseball player before 2005. He hit 237 home runs for the expansion Senators from 1965-71, still an all-time Washington record. A long-time resident of Loudoun County, Va., Howard is an ambassador for the Loudoun Hounds independent minor league baseball team headquartered about 30 miles west
WASHINGTON, D.C. — I always though that statues of D.C. baseball legends was a must-have for the Nationals permanent home and I am pleased that they are now installed at the Centerfield entrance area. I was kind of skeptical of how they were going to turn out after I read Nats320’s interviews with the sculptor.