Caps, Skins, Nats Go Green
I guess these must be based on the historically large population of Irish immigrants who have long called Washington home. Either that, or it's a way to make a buck.
Not sure why no one's thought to launch a line of President's Day apparel, featuring the side-by-side portraits of Stan Kasten, Vinny Cerrato and Kevin Payne. Or maybe a Labor Day shirt, with the Redskins Indian head handing out pink slips to lower level employees. I think there could certainly be some appeal in Columbus Day Redskins garb; maybe an "Adrift at Sea" motif, with Daniel Snyder peering out into the distance and swearing he can see India.
Anyhow, St. Patrick's day sales or not, the Nats have mobilized the green coalition, with Bill Nye declaring his fandom. A recent episode of his Planet Green show, "Stuff Happens," apparently opened at Nats Park, first LEED certified stadium in U.S. sports. If anyone should be selling green shirts, it's the Nats.
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