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Given the unprecedented public health emergency currently taking place, the start of the 2020 season is still unknown and we recognize that it is unlikely games will take place at Nationals Park in the immediate future.

We have suspended the sale of tickets to all 2020 games to account for this uncertainty. Please keep in mind that all promotions, giveaways and special ticket events are also subject to change. When MLB provides further clarity around the status of the 2020 season, we will provide fans with updates to our ticket offerings and promotions schedule.

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Season Long

Salute to Service
The Nationals offer premium seating in the DeltaSky360 Club for select military groups and their families during every home game. At the end of the third inning, honorees are recognized on NatsHD and receive a standing ovation from fans, players and umpires. Tickets are allocated through military hospitals and support organizations and are not available for individual distribution.

Home Away From Home Team: Children's Program
In partnership with the USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore, the Nationals provide tickets to military families. For every Sunday game of the season, families can use free tickets to enjoy a game together or let children connect with peers to help make new friends. The group is first in line for Kids Run the Bases after the game.

May

May 25:
Memorial Day:
On Memorial Day, our game observes a solemn pause – through our league-wide participation in the National Moment of Remembrance - to honor the memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in losing their lives during service to our country.

In connection with this special national holiday, and in memory of all those whose lives were lost as a result of their military service, all on-field MLB personnel will wear the traditional red poppy on the left side of their uniforms with "Lest We Forget" language adorning the visage. The right side of New Era caps will feature the stars & stripes silhouetted batter with language depicting "Memorial Day."

The Memorial Day logo will also appear on the bases at each ballpark, and the official dugout lineup cards will feature the symbolic ribbon to support the initiative.

June

June 6:
Team UP Player Visits: As part of the Washington Nationals' commitment to the Washington, D.C. region, Nationals players will be visiting D.C. and Virginia youth baseball sites on Saturday morning (player appearances subject to change). The players will participate in Q&A sessions, pose for team photos, sign autographs and provide tips for on-field success.

June 7:
Pitch, Hit, and Run:
MLB Pitch, Hit and Run (PHR) program provides children ages seven through 14 the opportunity to showcase their baseball talents in a free nationwide skills competition. The winners move on to the national finals at the MLB All-Star Game.

Equipment Drive: The Nationals collect new or gently used baseball and softball equipment as part of the annual Baseball Equipment Drive. Hosted in conjunction with the Baseball Tomorrow Fund, BTF also provides a local youth organization with a $5,000 grant to purchase additional new equipment

June 16:
U.S. Army Day – Military Branch Appreciation Series presented by SOSi:
The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

June 20:
Nationals Youth Baseball Clinic sponsored by Inova Sports Medicine:
In conjunction with Inova Health System, the Nationals host a series of youth clinics as part of the team's efforts to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball. Children ages 8 through 14 participate in the free clinics, which include on-field instruction by Nationals coaching staff, a meet-and-greet with a player, and four tickets to a Nationals game. Registration is not open to the public.

June 23:
High School Champions Day:
The Champions Day series is a Washington Nationals program that recognizes area teams that have won championship titles. Visit http://www.nationals.com/championsday for additional information.

July

July 4:
Independence Day – Patriotic Series presented by SAIC:
Encouraging fans to celebrate the American spirit while enjoying the national pastime at Nationals Park, this series utilizes on-field programming and pregame assets, themed giveaways, and patriotic uniforms to honor service members, first responders and their families.

July 5:
Philanthropies Day:
The Washington Nationals strive to become a civic partner to every Washingtonian interested in making a positive difference in our region, and a leading philanthropic organization in professional sports. Join us in the ballpark to celebrate and recognize the year-round work of the Washington Nationals Philanthropies.

July 11:
Nationals Youth Baseball Clinic sponsored by Inova Sports Medicine:
In conjunction with Inova Health System, the Nationals host a series of youth clinics as part of the team's efforts to increase participation and interest in baseball and softball. Children ages 8 through 14 participate in the free clinics, which include on-field instruction by Nationals coaching staff, a meet-and-greet with a player, and four tickets to a Nationals game. Registration is not open to the public.

July 12:
TeamUP Ticket Day:
The Washington Nationals will provide two complimentary tickets to every boy and girl that finished the spring season in a league that participates in TeamUP.

Leagues that are eligible include D.C. Little League, D.C. Parks and Recreation Rookie League, Virginia District 4 Little League, Virginia District 10 Little League, Virginia District 7 Cal Ripken Babe Ruth, Maryland RBI, Fort Belvoir Little League, and Quantico Youth Baseball. Check with your league administrators to confirm eligibility. Information on how to pick-up tickets will be made available to coaches and league administrators closer to the game date.

Service Members of the Year Awards: The Nationals will recognize honorees of the Military Charity Organization's Service Members of the Year Awards during pregame ceremonies.

July 27:
U.S. Marine Corps Day – Military Branch Appreciation Series presented by SOSi:
The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

Rev Up The Park: Adam Eaton combines his passion for cars with his passion for making a difference with his Rev Up The Park charity car show. The event brings car enthusiasts and baseball fans together to showcase their vehicles in the parking garage at Nationals Park. The fourth annual event again benefits The Dragonfly Foundation, supporting pediatric cancer patients and families. For more information visit www.revupthepark.com

August

August 10:
U.S. Coast Guard Day – Military Branch Appreciation Series presented by SOSi:
The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

August 11:
PLAY Clinic:
Developed by the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS) in 2004, PLAY (Promoting a Lifetime of Activity for Youth) was designed to encourage youth throughout the country to be active, eat right, sustain a healthy lifestyle and stay away from performance enhancing drugs. During the clinic local youth ages eight through 14 participate in baseball training and receive lessons on health and conditioning from Nationals players and trainers as well as PLAY staff. Registration is not open to the public.

August 30:
Nationals Fantasy Football Showdown:
This event offers participants a unique opportunity to play fantasy football with their favorite Washington Nationals players and other local celebrities in an effort to raise funds for the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.

September

September 1:
U.S. Air Force Day – Military Branch Appreciation Series presented by SOSi:
The Nationals dedicate one game a year to each of the branches of the military. The team works closely with military partners to highlight the individuals and ideals that are unique to each branch.

Youth Champions Day: The Champions Day series is a Washington Nationals program that recognizes area teams that have won championship titles. Visit http://www.nationals.com/championsday for additional information.

September 2:
Youth Champions Day:
The Champions Day series is a Washington Nationals program that recognizes area teams that have won championship titles. Visit http://www.nationals.com/championsday for additional information.

September 3:
Heroes Day (September 11th Remembrance) – Patriotic Series presented by SAIC:
Encouraging fans to celebrate the American spirit while enjoying the national pastime at Nationals Park, this series utilizes on-field programming and pregame assets, themed giveaways, and patriotic uniforms to honor service members, first responders and their families.

September 19:
Battle of the Bases Championship Game:
The Battle of the Bases softball tournament serves as an extension of the intramural season at each of the military bases in the National Capital Region. The 2020 Battle of the Bases championship game will be held at Nationals Park following the September 19 game against the Miami Marlins.