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Topic - Nationals Park
As Ramos stood at the top step of the Nationals' dugout in the seventh inning of Washington's 8-5 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers and basked in the curtain call that followed his go-ahead three-run homer, all he could do was smile.
Are you a baseball fan? More to the point, are you a Nationals fan? If so, tote your tail to South Capitol Street at least once over the next three days to say hail but not farewell to the most amazing, astonishing, astounding baseball team in these parts since FDR was a rookie president. (And, no, those adjectives aren't redundant.)
Baseball fans who would rather see pitcher Drew Storen close out a win for the Washington Nationals than beat the final-inning rush from the stadium will notice a major change to one of their postgame transit options this season.