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Anthony Peterson To Return on August 6 in Washington, DC

The promotional team behind the successful professional boxing series that made its Washington, DC debut in October 2021 and attracted more than 1,400 fans at the second show in May, announced today that Beltway Battles: Round Three is set for Saturday, August 6, 2022, at the Entertainment & Sports Arena (ESA) in the nation’s capital.
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Washington Nationals: Taking It Save With Their Prospects

Health has always been an issue for the Washington Nationals and they are set on not repeating their past mistakes. Top Nationals prospects Cole Henry, Brady House, and Cade Cavalli are dealing with respective ailments and have been shut down. Both Henry and House have been placed on the 7-day IL, while Cavalli hasn’t pitched since June 16 — with no set timetable for his return.
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Washington Nationals: Josiah Gray Dominated Month Of June

The Washington Nationals have been in drastic need of an ace and Gray has finally started to live up to the unfair expectations placed over his head. Josiah Gray may no longer have the longest active scoreless streak, but the 24-year-old put an exclamation point over his impressive June. Yesterday against the Rangers, he threw a career-high seven innings, while allowing only two runs, walking one, and striking out nine.
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Mayor Scott celebrates Pride in Baltimore City

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — On Saturday, Mayor Brandon Scott celebrated pride by joining the parade in Baltimore. The mayor can be seen walking alongside other parade-goers in the afternoon sun. Scott can be seen wearing a shirt that says " We Are One, Baltimore."
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Mystics at Aces final score: Washington ekes out 87-86 overtime win in Vegas

The Washington Mystics took down the Las Vegas Aces in an overtime nail-biter 87-86 on Saturday. Earlier this week the WNBA revealed the starters in its upcoming All Star Game, and no Mystics were selected. In contrast, three Las Vegas players were named starters, and Aces head coach Becky Hammond was named the Western Conference’s All Star head coach.
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