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Weather to Play or Not, That Is the Question | Congressional Baseball Game

If you’ve heard any weather predictions for the Washington area lately, we could get anything from light rain to a derecho or tornado or frogs falling from the sky in the next day or two.

With the 52nd Annual CQ Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game and

and Taste of America reception slated for Thursday evening, the organizers of the game and the Washington Nationals are slated to make an announcement at 11 a.m. Thursday as to whether the game will be played or rescheduled.

“We can assure you that our preference is to play the game as scheduled tomorrow evening weather permitting,” the organizers said in a statement to ticket holders and media.

If the game is called on the account of weather, the Taste of America party and the announcement of the TOA winner will be postponed as well.

Here’s crossing our fingers.

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