As both a DCU fan and a Washington Nationals fan, sometimes you hear things on both sides of fandom that disparage the other. So it's nice when a Nats fan shows that he writes with malice toward none and charity to all. Mr. Ball Wonk, we commend you for this:
BallWonk, for one, is a United fan. United has brought Washington four of its last five national championships in any sport. (Washington Freedom brought home the other title.) United has consistently drawn more fans per game than either the Wizards or the Capitols. And, most importantly, DC United has kept RFK Stadium up and running. All baseball fans owe United a debt of gratitude for keeping the Bobby open for business and ready for baseball to move back at a moment's notice. BW
Naturally, we agree. And we, over here as a DCU fan first, welcome the Nats to our home. More people will see those championship banners and think about maybe attending a DCU game this year than ever before. And that benefits all. Since the sentiment is so nice, we'll forgive you calling RFK "The Bobby"