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Topic - Ted Lerner
On April 27 at Nationals Park before the Nats play the Padres, seven new members of the Washington, DC Sports Hall of Fame will be enshrined.
Ted Lerner watched the raucous, champagne- and beer-spraying celebration from the corner of the Washington Nationals' clubhouse, sipping Dom Perignon alongside his wife, Annette.
With only three games remaining before the NFL season wraps up (no, the Pro Bowl doesn't count), baseball will take the stage shortly, when spring training begins just ahead of March Madness. We still don't know if Prince Fielder will be among the Washington Nationals reporting to Viera, Fla., but at least pitcher Gio Gonzalez will be settling in for a while.
Stan Kasten is leaving the Washington Nationals after 4½ years as the team's president, announcing Thursday that he will resign at the end of the season.
Stan Kasten is leaving the Washington Nationals after 4 1/2 years as team president, announcing Thursday that he will resign at the end of the season.
"Matt has a wealth of knowledge and experience as a former player and coach," Nationals owner Ted Lerner said in a statement. "But what most impresses us is his ability to understand and ably communicate situations and strategies in a disciplined, forthright manner. We think he is the right leader for a Washington Nationals team ready to compete for a World Series championship."
"It's been a combination of a lot of people," he said. "A great organization's been put together, and we're delighted they can enjoy it and the city of Washington can enjoy it."