Thursday, June 21, 2012

Blog #3

Last night I went to a Nationals baseball game! I had so much fun and enjoyed everything but the temperature. The Nationals are exciting this year because they are playing well and have young talent.  A player that was fun to watch was Bryce Harper. The kid is 19 years old and is playing in the big leagues.

I can't claim to be a Nationals fan, considering the fact that yesterday was the first Nationals game I have ever attended, but while I am in D.C. as an intern, I will definitely make it back for another game. Why wouldn't I? The tickets to get in are as cheap as 6 dollars and you can easily get to the ballpark by metro. The only expense to avoid would be the price of food at the ballpark. I paid 9 dollars for 2 waters and who knows how much more for a mini-hamburger; it might have been the last half of someone else's burger.

Anyway, lesson learned. I'll be back at a game soon, but will make sure to eat dinner before I get there. 

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