The recent resurgence of the Baltimore Orioles has fans packing Camden Yards again, but history shows that will only last as long as the team keeps winning.
Have you ever really looked around at the types of people in the crowd during a baseball game? Well, maybe now you will.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
The netting behind home plate wasn’t enough to protect a fan from a foul ball at a Washington Nationals game.
Nearly 150,000 people turned up at Nats Park over the course of the last four days, but that doesn’t mean it was the most exciting place to be during Memorial Day Weekend. “Everybody was just sitting on their hands,” Nats play-by-play announcer Bob Carpenter told the Junkies.
We want to see how you Rock the Red. Are you head to toe in Caps gear? Do you dress your dog in an Ovechkin jersey? Whatever you do to show your Caps pride, we want to see it. Upload you fan photos.
Werth’s Homer Gives Washington Nationals Fans Reason To Cheer Going Into Game 5 Vs. St. Louis Cardinals
D.C.’s first home playoff baseball victory since 1933 was an October classic. When Jayson Werth launched a Lance Lynn fastball into the leftfield bullpen at Nationals Park in the bottom of the ninth inning, 44,392 fans went absolutely crazy. All of a sudden the Nats are in the driver’s seat, with 21-game winner Gio Gonzalez set to pitch Game 5 against Adam Wainwright (14-13) Friday at 8:37 p.m. at Nationals Park.
Listen to fan reaction on the Skins being 2-0 and if this team is for real.
Rick Snider’s reaction to the poor fan turnout to Skins training camp in Ashburn, VA.
If you’re an opposing team’s fan thinking about coming down to Nationals Park to cheer on your team, think again.