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Summoning With Dave Jageler

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The video below is a supplemental bonus feature for the Dave Jageler Guest Commentary feature from the 2013 Nationals Yearbook. For the full interview, be sure to pick up a copy of the 2013 Nationals Yearbook at the the ballpark.

District 9: Wolf Blitzer

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The video below is a supplemental bonus feature for the District 9: Wolf Blitzer, from the 2013 Nationals Yearbook. For the full interview, be sure to pick up a copy of the 2013 Nationals Yearbook at the the ballpark.

A Whole New Yearbook

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The 2013 Nationals Yearbook has arrived and is now available at Nationals Park. See the cover below, and be sure to pick up a copy the next time you’re at a game!

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Helping Heroes Heal

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There are some things in life that, no matter how many times you experience them, are always striking. One of the more extraordinary aspects of the Washington Nationals recent visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda was the mutual admiration and gratitude from both the players and the veterans and families they visited. It is a sentiment often expressed by both sides, but the repetition of thanks does not draw away from its significance.

As they have done annually since 2005, a group of Nationals players and coaches made the trek before Tuesday night’s game to spend a couple of hours with wounded veterans recovering at Walter Reed. A total of 11 players – Tyler Clippard, Ian Desmond, Zach Duke, Danny Espinosa, Adam LaRoche, Steve Lombardozzi, Ryan Mattheus, Tyler Moore, Craig Stammen, Drew Storen and Chad Tracy – along with coaches Randy Knorr and Jim Lett and broadcasters Charlie Slowes and Dave Jageler visited with inpatients in the hospital as well as those working on their physical therapy at the Military Advanced Training Center (MATC). In between signing autographs and posing for photos, the team spent time listening to individual stories and thanking the veterans for their service. The ability to honor  members of our military is a unique opportunity that comes with playing here in D.C., one that Nationals players are keenly aware of.

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Of course, that support did not end with Tuesday’s visit. The Nationals will kick off the Patriotic Series, presented by SAIC, this Saturday, April 27 with Military Appreciation Day as they take on the Cincinnati Reds. Military members – active duty, dependent, reservist, or retiree – with a valid military ID will receive two free tickets, to that night’s game while supplies last, where Nationals players will sport their Patriotic Blue uniforms for the first time this year. Please visit http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/was/ticketing/military.jsp for more details.

For more information on the Washington Nationals Military Initiatives, visit http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/was/community/military_initiative.jsp

The Werth Factor

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The video below is a supplemental bonus feature for the 2013 Washington Nationals Yearbook and for the cover article The Werth Factor, from Issue 3 of the 2013 Inside Pitch. Beginning this season, we will provide links, text shortcodes and QR codes to digital features like this one throughout Nationals Magazine and Inside Pitch.

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Davey’s Last Stand

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The video below is a supplemental bonus feature for the cover article Davey’s Last Stand, from Issue 1 of the 2013 Inside Pitch. Beginning this season, we will provide links, text shortcodes and QR codes to digital features like this one throughout Nationals Magazine and Inside Pitch.

NatsFest Photo Gallery

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As we launch into the 2013 season, here are 13 more great photos from an unbelievable NatsFest back on January 26 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Beginning this year, we will provide links, text shortcodes and QR codes to digital features like this throughout Nationals Magazine and Inside Pitch.

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