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Cue Cats – Memories…

Posted on June 2, 2010 at 1:44 pm

I'm pretty sure my first post on this site was about sleeping with a Nationals baseball player. Before your minds go *there*, I have always and will always remain a faithful wife. We were infants napping in a crib! Oh, just go read that introductory post if you haven't before (eek, complete with an 'lol' even). From that moment of enlightenment during the Nats' inaugural season in DC about my history with Gary Bennett and wanting to know more about ... Continue Reading


Posted on August 3, 2008 at 10:36 am

[Photoset] Mr. Chatter and I won four passes to any DC United game with access to the Screaming Eagles tailgate in a charity auction and yesterday was it! Neither of us had ever been to a soccer game despite intending to go for quite some time. I've heard so much about the wild and crazy fans at DC United matches and was eager to witness it myself. I was not left disappointed! I felt kind of funny pulling into Lot 8 ... Continue Reading

Lot 7 Tomorrow

Posted on June 28, 2008 at 5:39 pm

Is a rivalry really starting with the Orioles? Or do the Orioles have more fans than were believed to exist? Last night's game topped attendance records since opening night and a packed house is expected tomorrow afternoon for the final game in the O's/Nats series at 1:35 PM. It is also a DC United game day, so RFK parkers need to remember to park in Lot 7. Lot 7 may be accessed off the Whitney Young Bridge (East Capitol Street) ... Continue Reading

Transportation Changes This Weekend

Posted on May 9, 2008 at 4:34 pm

All Weekend (Metro): Due to track work on the Green line, fans leaving after the game should avoid the Navy Yard Metro and take the free shuttle provided by Metro to either Federal Triangle (Blue/Orange Line), Union Station (Red Line), or Eastern Market (Blue/Orange Line). You can also skip Metro and purchase single game parking at (or cash lots). Saturday (RFK Parkers): RFK parkers should park in Lot 7 due to the US Women's National soccer team's exhibition game. You ... Continue Reading

Elijah Dukes is Super-Human

Posted on April 26, 2008 at 1:08 pm

(Sorry new guy, Ben!) I would really like to see this: Dukes has started to take batting practice while running on a treadmill to test his leg.That's gotta be hard! I'm visually trying to imagine it - the placement of the treadmill in relation to the pitching machine... If only I were talented with Photoshop! Ok, seriously, Dukes starts his rehab stint with Potomac against the Frederick Keys today. The 2:00 game is an away one, so no chance to zip down ... Continue Reading


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