01/08/2013 2:04 PM ET
Washington Nationals announce 2013 exhibition game vs. New York Yankees
By / MLB.com
The Washington Nationals will host the New York Yankees in an exhibition game at Nationals Park on Friday, March 29, 2013 at 2:05 p.m. ET. Details for the team’s 2013 season ticket plans are available online at nationals.com/2013.
Tickets to see the Nationals take on the Yankees are included in all full, half or partial season ticket plans. In addition, tickets will be included in select mini and flex plans to be released in the coming weeks before single game tickets go on sale to the general public. Season ticket plans may be purchased at nationals.com/2013 or by calling 202.675.NATS(6287).
A portion of the proceeds from the Yankees vs. Nationals game will benefit the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization committed to improving the lives of children throughout the Washington Capital Region. For more information on the Dream Foundation or to make a donation, visit nationals.com/dream.
In addition to the exhibition game, the Nationals 2013 regular season schedule includes 81 home dates beginning with Opening Day at Nationals Park on Monday, April 1 vs. Miami. The schedule is highlighted by an attractive slate of weekend visits from the Braves, Cubs, Dodgers, Mets, Phillies and Twins. The Twins, whose lineage began in Washington as the original Senators, return to the Nation’s Capital June 7-9 for the first time since 1971.
The annual Battle of the Beltways Series between the Nationals and Orioles will also continue for an eighth consecutive season, with each club hosting a pair of contests over a four-game span, May 27-30. The two neighbors square off for the first time during a Memorial Day contest at Nationals Park. After two tilts in the District, the teams move north to Oriole Park for the final two matchups of the series.
For more information on full, half and partial season ticket plans, visit nationals.com/2013 or call 202.675.NATS(6287).
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