Under the District’s agreement with the Washington Nationals, D.C. officials won’t be receiving any free tickets to the playoffs, The Washington Post reported.
The city’s control of a ballpark suite and 25 prime infield tickets has caused plenty of political intrigue in the four years since the ballpark opened.
But the District is guaranteed free seats only during regular season games. For playoff or All-Star games, the city has to pay to keep its usual seats.
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