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Washington Nationals COO Andy Feffer says fans and players have a lot of exciting firsts to look forward to this season.
Rebecca Sheir
Washington Nationals COO Andy Feffer says fans and players have a lot of exciting firsts to look forward to this season.

This week we're all about firsts, starting with the Washington Nationals' first home game of the season. A few days before the opening pitch, Rebecca Sheir heads to home plate at Nationals Park to hear about the exciting "firsts" we'll see with the team -- and at the stadium -- this season.

[Music: "Every Little Bit Hurts" by John Davis from Title Tracks / "Nuts About the Nats" by Charlie Brotman]

**Extended interview with Nationals COO Andy Feffer:**
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