How the Nats make scoreboard videos and commercials


The grounds crew readies the field before an exhibition baseball game between the Washington Nationals and the Detroit Tigers at Nationals Park Saturday, March 29, 2014, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Impatiently waiting for today’s first pitch? We’re here to help you kill some time.

First, the forecast, which still calls for clouds but no rain till late afternoon/evening, according to the Capital Weather Gang.

Have you met the Nats’ new in-game host? Yes?

Well, let’s take a look at the craft beer available at Nats Park.

So now you’re impatient AND thirsty. How about this? The Nationals shoot the bulk of their video for the season during spring training; this clip  — with Denard Span being put through his paces — gives a little inside peek into how they do it.

During spring training, the Washington Nationals film all of the team's promotional materials and scoreboard video that will be used throughout the season. Follow outfielder Denard Span as he puts on his game face for the camera. (Whitney Leaming and Jayne Orenstein/The Washington Post)

Just trying to help.

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