Highlights for Nats Fans?
I clearly remember the times I spent in the doctor's office as a child, losing myself in the back page of Highlights magazine, where I was challenged to find hidden or misplaced objects in the illustrated photo.
Now, at each game at Nationals Park, I challenge myself to find what is wrong with our state-of-the-art, yet ever-so-disappointing scoreboard. Sometimes, we may not get to see the speed of a fastball pitch or learn the stats of our players from inning to inning or game to game. Or, in the case of Saturday's game, we learn that we have skipped the eighth inning entirely. Was it a case of scoreboard failure, or did the baseball gods wish to have mercy on our souls? We may never know.
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