Fenty believes Omaha may be the answer to Stadium parking nightmare
According to sources with no knowledge of the situation, Mayor Adrian M. Fenty has brokered a deal with Omaha, Nebraska Mayor Mike Fahey and Chamber of Commerce President David Brown to solve the problem of 8,000+ missing parking spaces in Southeast. Fahey and Brown were in Washington yesterday to tour the new Nationals ballpark site. In an exclusive interview, Fenty may or may not have told the Enquirer: "Problem solved: Omaha. This was a top priority of the administration. It's looking like there's no chance in hell the Navy Yard Metro station will be finished on time, so we need to steer as many people away from public transportation as possible. Having no parking around the stadium was a critical issue to begin with. So we worked out a 5 year deal with the great city of Omaha, Nebraska. People driving to game should simply head north on 270, take a left on I-70, and head West. Look for the signs. We'll provide free shuttle buses back from Omaha." Stan Kasten unavailable for comment.
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- Manny being Manny. I wonder why the NAAAts haven't picked up those club options yet?
- Jimbo being Jimbo. On the team's biggest need(s) going into the offseason: "If you want to go to the World Series, then you need a No. 1 and No. 2 starter. That's what you need. That's why we drafted what we drafted. No. 2, you need middle-of-the-order, impact bats -- on-base percentage guys in the middle of your lineup. ...Nowadays, you want a high on-base percentage and high slugging percentage -- guys that produce runs."
- Church being Church?
- Congrats to Lannan and Maxwell, minor league pitcher and player of the year.
- Tim Russert is the Devil.
- SBF is not definitely not a Bob Carpenter guy. Here at The Nationals Enquirer, we're sorry to see him go: Best of luck to you, Bob.
- Redding vs. Hamels tonight. Can't believe the season is down to 3 games...
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