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Nats fans will get red ‘Natitude’ towels throughout NLDS

NLDS home games means giveaway time! Red rally towels in this case.

After MASN’s F.P. Santangelo broke the news on Twitter, the Nats confirmed that they will be handing out more than 40,000 rally towels for every home game of the National League Divisional Series against the Cardinals. The towels will be handed out at all gates. They are red, and have a white Curly W and the phrase “#Natitude” on them.

According to an e-mail sent from the Nats to some ticket holders, fans also “are encouraged to show their OCTOBER NATITUDE by wearing red to all games this week!”

The message also said that the Miller Lite Scoreboard Walk will feature live music from when the gates open to the start of the game for every NLDS game, and that there will be face-painting, balloon art, caricatures, and more at the Family Fun Area near the Center Field Gate.

Elsewhere, a belated announcement from the mayors of D.C. and St. Louis about a traditional inter-city bet. Something about flags.

(Image courtesy the Nats.)


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Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.



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