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For Nats, a date to remember

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September 29 is a date to remember in Washington, D.C.’s baseball history. It was when the old Senators clinched their first American League pennant in 1924. It is the date in 2004 that Major League Baseball announced the Montreal Expos would move to the District for the following season. And on Saturday night it became the date that the Nationals clinched at least a tie for their first...

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