A Gabbing Tradition, Threatened by D.C. Baseball NPR's Luke Burbank reports on a group of men with a tradition that may be threatened by construction of a new baseball stadium in Washington, D.C. The men have gathered each week for decades to drink and gab on the patch of dirt where the new stadium may be built.
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A Gabbing Tradition, Threatened by D.C. Baseball

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A Gabbing Tradition, Threatened by D.C. Baseball

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NPR's Luke Burbank reports on a group of men with a tradition that may be threatened by construction of a new baseball stadium in Washington, D.C. The men have gathered each week for decades to drink and gab on the patch of dirt where the new stadium may be built.