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Nationals Park

Park Name: Nationals Park
Tenants: Washington Nationals (National League)

Opened: 2008
Address: 1500 South Capitol Street SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Dimensions: 337' (L), 402' (C), 335' (R)

The view of the field from the upper deck of Nationals Park.

The dome of the United States Capitol Building is visible from the upper deck.

The grandstand as seen from center field. The upper deck is interrupted by the press box, which is the highest in baseball.

The Ring of Honor, around the suite level honors former Washington Senators, Homestead Grays, and Montreal Expos stars.

The view from down the third base line.

The view from down the first base line. Murals adorn the parking garages beyond left field.

The outfield features a sharp right angle, paying tribute to the outfield wall at Griffith Park, former home of the Washington Senators. The fence at that park angled in to avoid a tree.

The right field corner, home bullpen, and the outfield wall at Nationals Park.

Turf in the bullpens, and very limited foul territory down the right field line.

Cherry trees, icons of the capital city, blossom along the outfield concourse during a spring training game.

The Red Porch Restaurant in center field, and statues of Josh Gibson, Frank Howard and Walter Johnson, just inside the centerfield gate.

The giant HD scoreboard in center field.

The Scoreboard Walk in center field features concession stands and a canopied patio seating area to relax in.

A mural on the concourse celebrates the history of DC baseball, including former parks like Swampoodle Grounds, now the site of Union Station.

The racing Presidents during the fourth inning of a Nationals Game. Poor Teddy has never won.

The Red Sox take batting practice at Nationals Park.

The Boston Red Sox on the field at Nationals Park during an exhibition game.