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Off the field, Nats home opener a success

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The Washington Nationals lost the first playoff baseball game in D.C. since 1933, but the District government declared that it had notched an off-the-field victory with its sweeping strategy to control crowds, keep traffic moving and limit ticket scalping. "Our plan worked exactly like it was supposed to work," mayoral spokesman Pedro Ribeiro said of the District's decision to use more than 130...

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