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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Dave Caulfield
A record crowd ignited Nationals Stadium on Wednesday as season-ticket veterans and fair-weather fans alike swarmed the riverfront area to be a part of D.C. baseball history.
"It's a big deal if you're a Nationals fan," the elder Mr. Caulfield said. "It's the first playoff game in the city. We want them to win, but the whole idea is getting out here and having the experience."