RFK stadium gets final step to renovation

03/15/2005 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Workers began installing Bermuda and rye grass for the new playing field for the Washington Nationals, one of the last major steps in the renovation of RFK Stadium. The Nationals plan to use the field for at least three seasons before moving to a planned $535 million ballpark to be built along Washington D.C.'s Anacostia River.

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