The first 25,000 fans at Tuesday night’s Nationals game against the Mets received Jayson Werth garden gnomes as part of a ballpark promotion.
D.C.’s Navy Yard skyline near Nationals Park is now a little less colorful and quirky, as construction crews have demolished a temporary art project nearby.
There will be a major change to parking restrictions around Nationals Park for the baseball team’s upcoming game on Friday.
The D.C. Opera is transforming Nats Park into a makeshift opera house.
PHOTOS: The latest upgrades to Nats Park were revealed on Thursday, which include suite level facelifts, modernized amenities in the common areas (computerized menu boards), and new flooring along the concourse.
The Nationals issued a press release Tuesday announcing an extended partnership with Levy Restaurants, who will introduce new menu items at the park in the upcoming season, including hand rolled sushi, stir-fry noodles and more vegetarian and gluten-free options.
One day after WNEW’s Mark Segraves reported the Nationals pitched a plan to build a $300 million roof over Nats Park, Mayor Vincent later told the Washington Post he rejected that offer, and no further discussions have been had regarding the matter.
Beatlemania was alive and well outside of Nats Park prior to Paul McCartney’s “Out There” tour, with hundreds of fans lining the street hours before trying to catch a glimpse of the music legend.
In the middle of all the new development around Nationals Park sits a huge warehouse on L Street that’s gone unused since 2009.
For those not going to the Nats first home playoff game, whose daily commute takes them past the ballpark, be sure to read this before you get in your car.