These gigapan pictures are really cool, and WaPo did one for opening day. Head here and check out this image taken during the second inning during Monday’s game. You can pan left or right, up and down, zoom in and tag yourself in the image.
Here are a few other things you can see:
- Ted Leonsis behind the home dugout
- One half of one of our newlywed couples in section 132
- The Posties in the press box
- Most of Denard Span’s family members in Section 120
- Multiple people who appear to be sleeping
I don’t remember where I was during the top of the second inning, but I’m in there somewhere. Feel free to give us a heads up in the comments if you find something interesting in the image.
BECAUSE YOU DON’T READ THE PAPER
The Nats win on opening day.
Boz says Harper and Strasburg give fans a taste of what’s to come.
With the NHL trade deadline coming, no deals are likely for the Caps.
TWEET OF THE NIGHT
Great win today! @bharper3407 stole the show! Felt good to play my first official game as a National.
— Denard Span (@thisisdspan) April 1, 2013
QUOTE OF THE NIGHT
Drew Storen on Bryce Harper’s first homer on Monday:
“If you see a veteran do that, you’re like, ‘That’s really impressive. Breaking ball, 1-0, to a lefty? In the first inning? He’s not a 20-year-old. He doesn’t look like one. And he doesn’t play like one.”
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Maryland basketball player Charles Mitchell with a statue of Bernard Baruch at Baruch College. “My man looked like he wanted to listen to some music.”
HIGHLIGHT OF THE DAY
Michael Lee has a full write-up, but here are Bradley Beal and John Wall talking about hooping with the President.
WHAT TO WATCH TODAY
Caps at Hurricanes, 7 p.m. on CSN-Plus. Bulls at Wizards, 7 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet. All TV/Radio listings here.