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Single-Game Tickets

Keep in mind, for those of you who don't own full-season or partial-season ticket plans to Nationals Park, they are available in the following two ways:

1. By calling 888-632-NATS (6287).

2. By visiting nationals.com on this crazy thing they call the World Wide Web.

Some specifics: Each person will be able to order a maximum of four (4) tickets to the Sunday night opener, March 30, the first game at Nationals Park. For all other games, each person can order as many as 12 tickets.

The $5 seats -- the cheapest in the park -- are available only on the day of the game. The $325 seats, however, are available whenever you want them. Just ask Stan. He might even let you buy more than 12 for a single game, if you want.

There is, too, premium pricing (read: higher) for every Saturday home game plus the opener plus the April 25-27 series against the Chicago Cubs.

Wrapping up here: I'm told the Nats will NOT send a scout to see Sidney Ponson's workout in Jupiter (the town, not the planet) tomorrow. So you can calm your heart down. Sorry to get you in a tizzy.

No update on Shawn Hill's appointment/second opinion at Duke today. He's supposed to be traveling back, and the club might get word later tonight or first thing tomorrow.

Tuesday: Split-squad against the Dodgers, an afternoon game in Viera (which will be televised by MASN as well as on the radio with 3WT) and a night game in Vero Beach. Matt Chico in the home game, Jason Bergmann on the road.

Let me know other players with whom you'd like to have a reader Q&A, and I'll see what I can do. Have a good evening.

By Barry Svrluga  |  March 3, 2008; 5:50 PM ET
 
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