The Nationals return to DC for the final homestand of the 2021 season, with a three-game streak against the Boston Red Sox. Tickets for a game are on sale to the general public for the Red Sox series, starting at just $ 13. Fans who wish to purchase tickets should visit national.com/Tickets2021.
The final homestand of the season features the Fallen Heroes Tribute, a post-game fireworks show, a Nationals Beanie Giveaway, Jerseys Off Their Backs, and Kids Run the Bases. The promotional calendar for the remainder of the season can be found at Nationals.com/Promotions.
As a reminder, if you would like to cover an event at Nationals Park, please contact Devon Bridges at [email protected] for accreditation information prior to the event.
o Prior to Friday’s game against the Red Sox, the Nationals will host the annual commemoration of all first responders who have passed away in the line of duty.
o Police, firefighters and paramedics who serve our area each day will be honored as part of the celebration, including a recognition of deceased first responders, along with their families, friends and colleagues who will take the field at the ceremonies before -match.
o We hope the fans will arrive early and settle in to their seats for Friday’s game to join us for this special moment.
o The Nationals will host the first DEA Night with a pre-game ceremony with students from the Operation Engage program, with a truck display at the corner of 1st St and Potomac Ave starting at 5:30 p.m.
o Operation Engage is a comprehensive approach that will target the main drug threat identified by the local DEA division while continuing to focus on drug trafficking, violence and crime reduction. The other components of Operation Engage include:
§ DEA Citizen Academy: The academy provides participants with the opportunity to understand the world of federal drug law enforcement and the important role the DEA and the community play together.
§ Gatherings of stakeholders / communities
§ Community awareness programs
· Swimwear on the back
o Fans will have the opportunity to win authenticated, in-game, signed jerseys directly on the backs of players and Nationals manager Dave Martinez as part of the annual Nationals Philanthropies event Swimwear on the back Fundraising.
o Tickets will be sold throughout the Nats-Red Sox series from Friday October 1 through Sunday October 3 at Nationals Park. Fans can purchase tickets from raffle vendors at Center Field Plaza.
o To learn more about Jerseys Off Their Backs and other ways to give, please visit nats4good.org/Jerseys.
o On Friday, October 1, following the 7:05 am game against the Boston Red Sox, National fans will have the opportunity to watch a special post-game fireworks show.
· National hat competition
o On Saturday October 2, against the Boston Red Sox, the first 20,000 fans aged 21 and over will receive a National Bonnet, presented by Budweiser.
o The hat is perfect for Nats fans as the weather starts to get a little cooler!
o All children aged 4 to 12 will have the opportunity to run the bases after the Sunday games, weather permitting.
o All children participating in Kids Run the Bases are required to wear a face cover over their nose and mouth while on the field, in accordance with Major League Baseball health and safety protocols. Fully immunized parents are not required to wear a face mask when accompanying their children to the field.
o Jr. Nationals MVP members will have access to an exclusive line. For more information on the Jr. Nationals Kids Club, please visit national.com/JrNats.
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o Match days at the Nationals Park – October 1-3
§ Tables will be located at the bottom of the Budweiser escalators from the first pitch until the end of the fourth round.
o Days without game at the Team Store – From October 4
§ 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Sunday at the Nationals Park Team Store.
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o The illuminated Christmas maze – “The Mischievous Elf” takes guests through a glittering wonderland in search of Santa’s missing gifts.
o Visit with Santa Claus and Santa Claus – Santa Claus is ready for the holiday photos and Mrs. Noel will animate story time for the little ones.
o Skating trail – Enchant has a skating path adorned with spectacular light shows. Rent a pair of skates at the event and slide with your loved ones.
o Christmas market – Taste seasonal delicacies and shop for holiday gifts from dozens of local vendors featuring home decorations, jewelry, gourmet foods and more.
o Star experiences – Enjoy all that the Enchant experience has to offer, plus a full catering service, and more. Enchant Christmas is now accepting reservations for the holiday season.
o Food and drink – Enjoy holiday-themed food and drinks that will appeal to everyone.
· To learn more about the Enchant Christmas experience, please visit national.com/Enchant.
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· Sunday October 3 is the last day to vote for the National candidate for the 2021 Roberto Clemente Prize, Max Scherzer.
· The Roberto Clemente Award is the annual recognition of a Major League player who best represents the game of baseball through his extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field.
· Fans can find out more about the award and vote for Max at mlb.com/Clemente21.
TEAM STORE LIQUIDATION SALE
o Caps from $ 10
o T-shirts starting at $ 5
o Novelty items starting at $ 1
Anheuser-Busch anniversary promotion
o Fans 21 and over can visit the main customer services site at Center Field Plaza to receive a free beer voucher which can be redeemed anywhere in the stadium where Nats Bucks are accepted.
o The fan’s birthday must match the date of the match in attendance in order to receive the voucher.
· Play the last 5050 raffle of the season in the park or online! Fans can purchase 5050 raffle tickets, presented by Budweiser, online from anywhere in Washington, DC
o Online ticket sales will open three hours before the first pitch, and tickets will also be available inside the National Park at kiosks located in Sections 108, 118, 138, 203 and 223 or from traveling vendors until middle of the 7th inning.
o Tickets can be purchased by cash, credit card or debit card at the following prices: 3 for $ 5, 10 for $ 10 and 60 for $ 20.
· For more information and to purchase raffle tickets online, visit nats4good.org/5050.
o GouvX – Military, first responders, public school teachers and government employees can save up to 30% on tickets and get $ 5-10 credit. Visit national.com/GovX to learn more.
o Harris Teeter Family Fun Pack – Fans can get a FREE MEAL with the Harris Teeter Family Fun Pack for any regular season home game – tickets start at just $ 22! Visit Nationals.com/Family to learn more.
o Bud & Baseball – Fans 21 and over can get 25 OZ FREE. BEER with every Bud and Baseball ticket pack on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays – tickets start at just $ 22! Visit national.com/Bud to learn more.
NATIONAL PARK HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS
o Interior spaces include, but are not limited to: restaurants, retail stores, bathrooms, clubs, elevators, stairwells, hallways, conference rooms, offices, prime care, the sensory room and the breastfeeding mothers’ lounge.
The nationals have installed new MERV-13 air filters in interior spaces, as well as plexiglass and other suitable separators in areas where significant face-to-face interaction occurs.
Parking options for Nationals fans are available online at national.com/Parking. All Washington Nationals parking lots are now cashless and will only accept credit card payments at this time. Fans are encouraged to purchase parking in advance to secure a spot in the area of their choice.
Fans heading to the stadium should be aware that there are construction projects going on in the area. To ensure the safety of level crossings, please take into account the signs and instructions given by public security officers.
Nationals will continue to follow the best practices and precautions recommended by public health experts. All access, benefits, promotions, seating locations and 2021 events (including, without limitation, location, dates and times) are subject to change without notice based on ongoing developments in the pandemic of COVID-19.