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Baseball park in Washington, DC, USA

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Nationals Park: Baseball park in Washington, DC, USA
Nationals Park is a baseball park along the Anacostia River in the Navy Yard neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It is the home ballpark for Washington Nationals. When the Montreal Expos franchise relocated to Washington, D.C. and became the Nationals, they temporarily played at RFK Stadium until Nationals Park was completed. It is the first LEED-certified green major professional sports stadium in the United States.

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Trump to Host the Nationals, Putting Aside Fans’ Boos

A week after he was greeted by “lock him up” chants at Nationals Park, President Trump will host the World Series champions at the White House. But at least one star will stay away.
NYTimes.com - Published

World Series crowd boos at President Trump, chants "lock him up"

President Trump watched the World Series Sunday from a luxury suite at Nationals Park in Washington. Fans booed Mr. Trump and chanted "lock him up" when he was announced and shown on the big screen.
CBS News - Published

Videos for Nationals Park


Trump gets warm welcome in Alabama [Video]Trump gets warm welcome in Alabama

A video shared on social media by an attendee shows crowds cheering and a "Four more years!" chant can be heard as President Donald Trump attends a University of Alabama versus Louisiana State football..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 00:31Published

Baseball fans boo Trump at World Series [Video]Baseball fans boo Trump at World Series

U.S. President Donald Trump was greeted with boos and a smattering of chants of "Lock him up!" when he appeared on screen at the World Series in Washington on Sunday, even as he celebrated one of the..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:03Published

World Series fans greet Trump with cheers and boos [Video]World Series fans greet Trump with cheers and boos

U.S. President Donald Trump attended Game 5 of the World Series Sunday (October 27) to see the hometown Washington Nationals take on the Houston Astros. (Rough cut - no reporter narration)

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 00:48Published

Nationals fans excited as World Series returns to D.C. for first time since 1933 [Video]Nationals fans excited as World Series returns to D.C. for first time since 1933

Nationals fans excited as World Series returns to Washington, D.C. for first time since 1933

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:44Published

 

For Trump, No Joy in Mudville

In his first appearance at a Major League Baseball game since taking office, the president was booed at Game 5 of the World Series at Washington’s Nationals Park.
NYTimes.com - Published

President Donald Trump greeted with boos at Game 5 of World Series

President Donald Trump was greeted with a thunderous chorus of boo's from the sold out crowd of baseball fans at Nationals Park.
USATODAY.com - Published

Stephen Strasburg jokes about security dogs before President Trump's World Series visit

Stephhen Strasburg joked about the security dogs sweeping the Nationals Park before President Trumps visit. 'I didn't feel comfortable petting."
USATODAY.com - Published

'That's what you get': Astros' Alex Bregman breaks out with grand slam in World Series Game 4 win

Houston's MVP candidate has struggled in the postseason, but delivered a grand slam in the Astor's Game 4 win at Nationals Park.
USATODAY.com - Published

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