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Stadium Races Toward Opening Day

In the time since officials formally broke ground on the Washington Nationals' new stadium, the ballpark has risen steadily along the Anacostia River in Southeast Washington.

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A Site To Behold
Article | Washington players are counting the days, like children before Christmas, until they play their first game at Nationals Park and they can see what $611 million can build.
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Ballpark Concept Becomes Concrete
Article | As Opening Day approaches, the Nationals' new stadium is beginning to look like the distinctly Washington creation architects envisioned back in March 2006.
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Labor Leaders Defend Site Hiring Practices
Article | Labor leaders are defending the hiring practices at the construction site of the new Washington Nationals ballpark, saying that efforts to give jobs to D.C. residents have been an "unequivocal success."
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Struggles Cloud Stadium Progress
Article | District and baseball officials are struggling to keep a critical expansion of the Navy Yard Metro station on pace and to identify thousands of parking spots in time to ensure a smooth opening of the Washington Nationals stadium in April.
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No Time to Rest in the Homestretch
Article | With the U.S. Capitol as a backdrop, the Nationals are right on target to open the $611 million ballpark off South Capitol Street.
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Decisions, Decisions
Article | With competition at almost every position, Manager Manny Acta relishes the contrast with his rookie season when he faced a multiple-choice test with no answers.

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