WASHINGTON (AP) -The Nationals will play the Baltimore Orioles on March 29 in an exhibition game to test out Washington's new ballpark.
Tickets won't be sold for that game. Instead, people who own season-ticket packages will be able to attend for free; other tickets will be given away.
Nationals president Stan Kasten said the team is still awaiting word from the commissioner's office on whether the first regular-season game at the ballpark will be March 30 or April 7.
Kasten said the Nationals will mail out information on seat relocation Friday to fans who owned season tickets at RFK Stadium.
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