Washington Nationals Homestand Highlights September 7-17

The upcoming homestand features two events honoring our country's brave men and women, Heroes Day and U.S. Air Force Day. The Nationals will celebrate Roberto Clemente Day / Hispanic Heritage Day on Friday, and Pups in the Park and Yoga in the Outfield both return. In addition, this homestand includes two College Days, featuring George Washington University and Georgetown University.

September 6th, 2017

The upcoming homestand features two events honoring our country's brave men and women, Heroes Day and U.S. Air Force Day. The Nationals will celebrate Roberto Clemente Day / Hispanic Heritage Day on Friday, and Pups in the Park and Yoga in the Outfield both return. In addition, this homestand includes two College Days, featuring George Washington University and Georgetown University.

 

Throughout the month of September, the Washington Nationals will celebrate our loyal fans as part of One Pursuit. Fans will have the opportunity to win prizes such as Nationals merchandise, authenticated items from Nationals players, NatsBucks and giveaways from the team's corporate partners.

 

Can't get enough Nationals content? Subscribe to the Curly W Live podcast on iTunes (search Curly W Live) so you never miss an episode! Fans are encouraged to check back frequently for up-to-date news and information on the team. The latest episode has a Hall-of-Fame flavor, as it features an interview with one of the members of the 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame class, Tim Raines.

 

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23

CURLY W LIVE

Want to see more photos, videos and fun features about your favorite Nationals players? Want to learn more about what is happening at Nationals Park and what the team is doing in the community? Nationals fans are encouraged to check out Curly W Live, the official blog of the Washington Nationals, by visiting curlyw.mlblogs.com. Be sure to create a Medium account and follow Curly W Live in order to receive notifications when new content is published!

GETTING TO THE BALLPARK

Parking options for Nationals fans start at $20 and are available online at nationals.com/Parking. Fans are encouraged to purchase parking in advance to ensure a space in their desired zone.

Fans can also get a ride to and from the ballpark at the tap of a button using Uber, the official ride-share partner of the Washington Nationals. New users can get their first ride free (up to $15) with the promo code NATIONALS17 by signing up at http://get.uber.com/new-signup/nationals17. When exiting the ballpark, fans are encouraged to head to one of Uber's suggested pickup locations shown at nationals.mlb.com/promo/map:

On June 25, new permanent hours went into effect for the entire Metrorail system. Fans are encouraged to review the new Metro schedule at https://wmata.com/service/status/details/june-25-changes.cfm.

Fans should also consider alternate forms of travel to and from the ballpark, including the D.C. Circulator from Union Station, biking to the ballpark or the baseball boat from Alexandria. Visit nationals.com/WayToGo for information on parking and transportation options to Nationals Park. To receive up-to-date WMATA service notifications on a mobile device, fans are encouraged to register for Alert DC at http://hsema.dc.gov/page/alertdc.

Fans traveling to the ballpark should be aware that there are construction projects underway in the surrounding area. To ensure safe crossings, please be mindful of signage and directions given by public safety officers. 

BALLPARK SAFETY

Nationals Park is a completely non-smoking and tobacco-free facility per District of Columbia law. There is no exception for electronic cigarettes or any other type of smoking device, or for smokeless tobacco or any other type of tobacco product. Guests wishing to smoke or use tobacco products must go to the designated smoking area at the First Base Gate. Guests wishing to exit Nationals Park to smoke or use tobacco products must present a valid ticket and receive a wristband before exiting Nationals Park. Guests wishing to reenter Nationals Park must return through the metal detectors with a valid ticket and assigned wristband.

MLB and the Nationals require that all people entering Nationals Park walk through a metal detector or be screened with handheld metal detectors to search for prohibited items. This includes a thorough inspection of all jackets, coats, packages, bags, backpacks, purses and any other containers brought to any of the Nationals Park entry gates.

For game tickets and more information, call 202.675.NATS(6287) or visit nationals.com/tickets.