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Washington Nationals to host Deaf Awareness Night on April 26

Washington Nationals red t-shirt with the word Nationals spelled out in ASL

WASHINGTON - The Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball is hosting a Deaf Awareness Night on Friday, April 26, at 7:05 p.m. as they play host to the San Diego Padres.

Join the Nationals in raising awareness for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community at Nationals Park for their inaugural Deaf Awareness Night. With the purchase of a special ticket, fans will receive a co-branded ASL/Nationals t-shirt (see image below). ASL t-shirts are limited to the first 500 orders, each special ticket gets an ASL t-shirt. The Nationals will be incorporating ASL throughout the night from pre-game festivities, national anthem and during the game.

Tickets have been discounted for Scoreboard Section ($25), Upper Gallery ($25), LF/RF Corner ($37) and Infield Box ($65). Buy tickets here.

For groups of 13 or more, please contact John Manzoian at john.manzoian@nationals.com or call 202.640.7723.

For more information log onto www.nationals.com/deafawareness.

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Washington Nationals red t-shirt with the word Nationals spelled out in ASL
A design of the Washington Nationals t-shirt fans can get with
purchase of a special ticket for Deaf Awareness Night.

The word "Nationals" is spelled out in American Sign Language