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Sure, it's only April, but Werth's game-winning home run Wednesday night felt like a moment.

To commemorate the 125th anniversary of a beloved baseball poem, the Library of Congress enlisted the help of two beloved radio men.

The longtime Washington-based sports broadcaster gave his collection of thousands of items to the Library of Congress; here are some of them.

Charlie Slowes called Jayson Werth's home run before it happened Thursday night. Then he went ballistic.

Listen to the team's longtime radio announcer as the Nats clinched their first division title