3 UP & 3 DOWN

By Dave Sheinin
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, April 13, 2008


Parking at Nationals Park

Despite dire predictions, all goes smoothly so far. Apparently, team's strategy of having fans remain at home is paying off.

Bill Buckner

1986 World Series goat welcomed back to Fenway with rousing ovation. Red Sox management already looking for date on 2009 schedule to hold Grady Little Day.

Peter Angelos

O's owner says he wants Nats to succeed. Not to be outdone, George Steinbrenner issues statement saying he hopes the Red Sox win World Series.


Jason La Canfora

Redskins beat writer stirs up wrath of Nats Nation by blogging about poor attendance at new yard. Next up: Svrulga blogs about Redskins' recent draft history.


Nats leadoff hitter enters weekend yet to draw a walk in 2008. That's okay, we have April 28 in the Cristian Guzmán's-First-Walk pool, so we like our chances.

Paul Lo Duca

No HGH-related suspension for catcher in new MLB-union agreement. Given his .233 average, pitchers for upcoming Nats opponents are even more thrilled than he is.

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