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Topic - Marc Gudelsky
Washington-area employers are bracing for a sharp drop in productivity Wednesday afternoon as Washington Nationals fans root for their team in the first baseball playoff game played in the city in 79 years.
"It didn't really make any difference where the seats were; I just wanted to be in the ballpark," he said. "I got the tickets not knowing. I wasn't sure when they'd be playing, wasn't sure if they'd even make it."
"It's pretty easygoing here," he said.