With bid to host MLB All-Star Game in, Nationals believe #DCisREADY
As you may have heard, MLB Commissioner Robert Manfred will be throwing out the first pitch at Nationals Park on Opening Day, April 6. We are so honored that he will be a part of the kick-off to our 10-year anniversary season!
As excited as we are to welcome Commissioner Manfred, we’re even more excited about the opportunity to host an MLB All-Star Game!
The city submitted a strong bid to Major League Baseball, and we need your help to share with MLB that Washington, D.C. is ready to host. Washington hasn’t hosted the All-Star Game since 1969 – but as we launch our 10th anniversary season, we believe D.C. is ready!
D.C. is ready for Fan Fest.
D.C. is ready for the Home Run Derby.
DC. IS. READY.
Between now and Commissioner Manfred’s visit on April 6, share your enthusiasm as fans of the Washington Nationals and of this amazing city! Show MLB that there is no better place in America to host the national pastime’s All-Star Game than in the nation’s capital.
Share why you think #DCisREADY on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more! Tag @MLB. Share with your friends and family. Throughout the next few weeks we’ll be sharing why we think #DCisREADY and retweeting our favorite posts from you.
We can’t wait to see your enthusiasm for a potential All-Star Game in the nation’s capital!