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  • duckydps
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    I got a return last year from Ryan Zimmerman, so I wouldn't be scared!

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  • Rockhound
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    Thank for the help guys. I'm not scared any more.

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  • AutographCollector
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    Originally posted by Rockhound View Post
    Also, is the above address the new address for the new stadium or should I use the one listed in Meiselman '08 (2400 E. Capitol St NE)?
    Yes, the S Capital ST address is the correct one. Don't let that little tidbit scare you. They do that so that they don't get angry phone calls from fans wondering where their cards are. Kind of like a disclaimer. They said the same thing on the Nats site when the stadium was RFK.

    Originally posted by MadHatter View Post
    What part of it would scare you away?
    Guests should refrain from sending items for autographs. The Nationals are not responsible for returning mailed items and do not accept items to be autographed for personal or charitable reasons.
    That part is what scared him.

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  • MadHatter
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    This is pretty standard. What part of it would scare you away?

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  • Rockhound
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    Washington Nationals

    I was looking on the National's website on MLB.com and came across this tidbit on their A-Z Guide:

    FAN MAIL
    Letters should be addressed to specific players or coaches. Letters will be forwarded to individual recipients. Fans should be aware that players receive a large amount of fan mail weekly and it may take a few weeks to a few months for a response. The Nationals cannot guarantee that a player or coach will respond to fan mail. Fan mail should be sent to the following address:

    [Coach or Player Name]
    Washington Nationals Baseball Club
    1500 South Capitol Street, SE
    Washington, DC 20003-1507
    Guests should refrain from sending items for autographs. The Nationals are not responsible for returning mailed items and do not accept items to be autographed for personal or charitable reasons.


    Should I send to Nationals players anyways or is this a scare tactic? Also, is the above address the new address for the new stadium or should I use the one listed in Meiselman '08 (2400 E. Capitol St NE)?

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