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Nationals Park
1500 South Capitol Street, SE Washington, DC 20003
202-675-6287
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24 events
3 reviews
44 stars
While our tickets included spending money at the concession, I would recommend bringing an unopened bottle of water and a few snacks. Food there is expensive.
Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals With Postgame Fireworks
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24 events
3 reviews
44 stars
I recommend taking the bus. The commute is longer, but you avoid the Metrorail crowd at Navy Yard.
Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals With Postgame Fireworks
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10 events
8 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 04 2009

The seats were excellent; the game was great! My entire party of 5 had an absolutely fabulous time. Wish I had the time to go again tomorrow afternoon. Tickets were waiting at the will call window, and the whole process could not have been...continued

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1 review
1 stars
attended Aug 04 2009

Seating provided was terrible - very back, furthest-distanced row... Indicative of a discount offer yielding the poorest available product.

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4 events
1 review
12 stars
attended Aug 04 2009

We probably saw the best Nat's game of the year. They were losing to the Marlins 4-0 in the 8th inning and won 6-4. Of course you can't expect to see this type of Nat's game very often. Maybe never again

Seats were excellent. Small park...continued

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The Washington Nationals host the Florida Marlins at Nationals Park. The Marlins boast one of the top players in baseball in All-Star shortstop Hanley Ramirez, who currently leads the National League in batting average. Slugger Adam Dunn and the Nationals, now playing for manager Jim Riggleman, hope to prevent the Marlins from making a move in the NL East.