N.L. Leaves Artificial Turf in the Dust

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For the first time in four decades the National League will play all its baseball games on real grass instead of artificial turf. Montreal was the last N.L. stadium with fake turf, but the Expos have moved to Washington, D.C., where they will play on natural turf at RFK Stadium.



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