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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

The Nationals Are On Fire

Washington’s RFK Stadium is a dump.

Best known for its tenure as a football battleground, RFK was abandoned for the Virginia suburbs by the NFL’s Redskins in 1996. This move is equivalent to the remote possibility that the Chiefs would forsake Arrowhead Stadium for Johnson County. But Kansas City's sports complex would need to endure a decade of scorching summers, many punishing winters, and a tornado or two to become as decrepit as RFK.

Few of the 37,000 people attending a August 3 game by the stadium's new tenants, baseball's Washington Nationals, seemed to be alarmed by a nearby cloud of smoke.


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