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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Michael Stevens
The place was packed. The sidewalk, too. On a recent evening, the patrons at Justin's Cafe looked like an extension of the crowd at nearby Nationals Park, where the surging Washington Nationals were playing the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Washington Nationals fans clinging to the promise of watching a home game in their modern riverfront stadium, then perhaps spilling into the neighborhood for dinner, drinks or shopping, will have to wait for at least one more season.
Over the past five years, he said, his organization has made more than 200 presentations to restaurant brokers and retail organizations, traveling to business conventions in New York and Las Vegas, encouraging investment in the ballpark neighborhood.
"The Nationals are now drawing more than 2 million fans a year," Mr. Stevens said.