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Topic - Fort Dupont Park
Fort Dupont Park, located in Washington, DC, is a wooded park under the management of the National Park Service. The name of the park comes from the old Civil War earthwork fort that lies within the park. The park currently has an indoor ice rink, community gardens, activity center, and hiking/biking trails. - Source: Wikipedia
The Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy is under construction in Southeast Washington, D.C. and this week the Nats invited media to the site in Fort Dupont Park to see how it is progressing.
Davey Johnson likes a good story. The story of the 2013 Washington Nationals season may wind up being one of missed opportunity. But that's hardly the end of the Davey Johnson story.
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On a day better suited for a refreshing swim, the Washington Nationals broke ground Tuesday on a project to bring the game of baseball and other life lessons to children east of the Anacostia River.