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Okay, the Orioles took two out of three from the Nationals over the weekend at Camden Yards. Now that part one of the Battle of the Beltways is in the books, what did we learn about this grudge match between these two titans?
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ABC7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill recommends you dress in layers, but he thinks the rain will hold off.
"We're much more athletic. It'll be better defensively, and I think we have a lot more veteran leadership," Nats Owner Mark Lerner tells WTOP.
Nationals players hit the fashion show runway Wednesday sporting the team's new uniforms.
Topping the list of best places to see a game is Boston's Fenway Park.
Standing-room only and grandstand seats go on sale Tuesday afternoon.
With the game starting at 7:05 p.m., the D.C. Department of Transportation says you should expect delays around the ballpark and on Interstates 295 and 395, as well as the Southeast/Southwest Freeway.
You can own a part of Stephen Strasburg's big night on the mound. But it will cost you $89.95.
Stephen Strasburg is attracting the attention of another ballyhooed rookie of days gone by -- Walter Johnson.
Metro expects standing room only conditions on Green Line trains before and after the game.