The Washington Nationals will pay tribute to the 1924 Washington Senators (also referred to as the Nationals at the time) when they host Turn Back the Clock Night presented by WB Mason during their game against the San Francisco Giants (then known as the New York Giants) on Thursday, July 5.
Both teams will wear 1924 replica jerseys, while the grounds crew will be dressed in full 1920’s attire and gameday staff will don newsie caps and skimmer hats. The Ceremonial First Pitch will feature an authentic game-used ball from Game 6 of the 1924 World Series and will be thrown from behind the Nationals dugout, similar to how it was traditionally performed.
In addition, the first 10,000 fans to enter Nationals Park through the Center Field Gate will receive a commemorative replica of the 1924 World Series scorecard and the first 15,000 fans to enter through that same entrance will receive a WB Mason replica truck.
The evening’s festivities will also feature:
• Special offers on concessions – fans will be able to buy one hot dog, peanuts or popcorn at regular price and get another of the same item for five cents at select locations, while supplies last. Some restrictions apply.
• Ben Mauger’s Roaring 20’s Jazz Orchestra will perform at the Miller Lite Scoreboard Walk from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.
• The Racing Presidents, Screech and the rest of the entertainment staff will wear 1924 Senators jerseys
• Nats HD graphics will reflect how the scoreboard would have appeared in 1924
• Video tributes of the 1924 Senators will be highlighted throughout the game
• Traditional organ music will be played between innings
Thursday, July 5
Center Field Gates Open 4:30 p.m.
First Pitch 7:05 p.m.
Nationals Park - 1500 South Capitol Street, SE Washington, DC 20003
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