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Lee Rosner, 72, of Arlington, Va., showcases his collection of baseball memorabilia.
Emily Friedman
Lee Rosner, 72, of Arlington, Va., showcases his collection of baseball memorabilia.

It's week three of baseball season, and from the looks of it, the Washington Nationals are going places. A strong start to the season has everyone paying attention--whether you're a Nats fan, or still rooting for your hometown team. Emily Friedman brings us stories from some our most fervent baseball fans.

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