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05/10/2007 5:22 PM ET
Washington Nationals to host Stitch'N'Pitch event Monday, May 14
Nationals are one of 23 MLB teams to host Stitch'N'Pitch event in 2007
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The Washington Nationals will host their first Stitch'N'Pitch event on Monday, May 14, when the team faces the Atlanta Braves at 7:05 p.m. Hundreds of fans will sit together and knit, crochet, cross-stitch, needlepoint and embroider while cheering on the Washington Nationals. Stitch'N'Pitch is the successful program of The National Needlearts Association (TNNA) that brings together and celebrates two American traditions -baseball and needlearts. Tickets may be purchased for $10 by visiting StitchNPitch.com. The first 600 fans to purchase tickets will receive a complimentary Washington Nationals tote bag filled with needlearts items donated from local stores.

"With over a million hits to Stitch'N'Pitch.com in its first few months, we knew this program was going to be something special," Patty Parish, Executive Director of TNNA, explains. "Stitch'N'Pitch is sweeping the nation. The response from baseball clubs, the needlearts industry and fans is overwhelming. Stitch'N'Pitch creates a unique and fun environment for families, singles, couples, old, young, kids, women, and yes, even men!" Over 75% of Major League Baseball teams will host a Stitch'N'Pitch event in 2007. For a complete list of teams holding events, information about Stitch'N'Pitch happenings and pictures from last season, visit StitchNPitch.com.

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