Washingtonians Welcome Baseball's Debut The Washington Nationals play their home opener at RFK Stadium Thursday, the first regular season Major League game in the capital in 34 years. Michele Norris talks with Mike Wise of the Washington Post.
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Washington Nationals manager Frank Robinson runs out onto the field at RFK Stadium before the start of the Nationals home opener April 14. Reuters hide caption

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The Washington Nationals play their home opener at RFK Stadium Thursday, the first regular season Major League game in the capital in 34 years.

President Bush threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Michele Norris talks with Mike Wise of the Washington Post.