Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Washington Nationals: Not dead anymore!

The Washington Nationals secured a home yesterday when a divided D.C. Council narrowly approved legislation that allows baseball to return to the nation's capital after 33 years.

With a vote of 7 to 6, the council adopted a stadium package that contains several amendments to the original deal Mayor Anthony A. Williams struck with Major League Baseball in September. After three seasons at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, beginning in April, the former Montreal Expos are scheduled to move to a new ballpark along the Anacostia waterfront in 2008. More...


DC get's a team, they don't have to pay as much as MLB wanted, and MLB is satisified. Win, win, win. Except once the season starts, it'll be lose, lose, lose.

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