Found March 29, 2013 on Sports Media Journal:
Over the the nation’s capital for a look at the media covering the WASHINGTON NATIONALS. Newspaper- Washington DC is a two newspaper town, both of which have major influence. The Washington Post online sports section includes special coverage of the Nationals.  Adam Kilgore (Twitter) and James Wagner (Twitter) take charge of the paper’s Nationals Journal blog.
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