With baseball’s Opening Day April 1, fans throughout the country are deciding whether or not they’d feel comfortable enough returning to stadiums during the 2021 season while local teams like the Nationals and Orioles are introducing a host of safety protocols.
GAITHERSBURG, Maryland — Ray Schoenke remembers driving through the night from Cleveland to Maryland to make it in time for the practice for Washington’s NFL team in the morning. It was 1966, and he had just been cut from the…
After the Washington Nationals beat out the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series, a potential trophy is not the only thing making a positive impact in D.C. CNS-TV’s Bridget Divers went to Nationals Park to speak with some of the fans about the economic impact the World Series coming to D.C. will have.
WASHINGTON – On the last episode of “The Washington Bullpen” for the semester, hosts Julia Karron and Jarod Golub discuss the legal troubles of President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, the IRS website crash, Barbara Bush’s passing, Kendrick Lamar winning…
This is the eighth episode of Capital News Service’s sports podcast, “WAR on Hot Takes,” with Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka
This is the seventh episode of Capital News Service’s sports podcast, “WAR on Hot Takes,” with Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka. We approach Washington and Baltimore professional sports from an outsider’s perspective and have data-driven discussions.
This is the sixth episode of Capital News Service’s sports podcast, “WAR on Hot Takes,” with Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka.
The Nationals faced the Cubs Friday night in game one of the National League Division Series playoffs. Earlier in the week the team sponsored a haunted fan rally at the ballpark to scare up support for a winning series.