A while back, Tom Bridge listed his top five baseball memories. I thought, hey, that sounds like fun. Then I got sick, so I’m not just getting back to it. These are all games that I attended. Here they are in no specific order: Opening Day 2005 Washington @ Philadelphia I lived in Northern Virginia
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30 years later, the short and strange history of the USFL’s Washington Federals – Q&A with David Kendrick
Thirty years ago today, the Washington Federals and the United State Football League debuted. I was pretty young, so I don’t remember too many specifics other than one of my older neighbors had his birthday party at a game and another one was still using a Federals key chain a decade later. I also remember
I think we are in Round 62 in the ongoing saga that is a new D.C. United stadium — the team’s managing partner Jason Levien is hopeful, according to Soccer Insider (The Post): “The stars are aligning in a good way for us. We’re working closely with the right people and we feel better about
In 1982 , 75 year old Luke Appling homered off of Warren Spahn in an Old Timers Game at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.