Jostens creates 2019 World Series Championship Ring for Nationals

The Washington Nationals and Jostens, the leading provider of custom, hand-crafted fine jewelry for professional sports teams, today unveiled the 2019 Washington Nationals World Series Championship Ring. “The journey the Nationals took to become World Series Champions for the first time was incredible,” said Chris Poitras VP andCOO of Jostens Professional Sports Division. “We had the absolute honor to partner with them to create a

Statement from Nationals on virtual ring ceremony plans

Our World Series rings were originally scheduled to be presented to our players and staff prior to the second home game of the 2020 season. As fans, media, employees, coaches and players continued to ask about when World Series rings would be distributed, the Nationals planned a special, first of its kind virtual ring ceremony. We knew it wouldn’t be ideal, but it would offer

Nationals to unveil World Series rings during first virtual championship ring ceremony

The Washington Nationals will unveil their 2019 World Series championship rings during an historic virtual celebration on Sunday, May 24 at 7 p.m. ET, the first virtual championship ring ceremony in MLB history. The hour-long celebration, presented by Budweiser, will be simulcast on Nationals.com, MLB Network, MASN, andthe Nationals Facebook and YouTube channels. The show will feature appearances from several members of the 2019 World

Orioles to host blood drive at Camden Yards on Saturday, May 23

As part of the club’s ongoing efforts to serve and strengthen the community during the current pandemic, the Orioles announced today that they have partnered with the American Red Cross, Budweiser, and the University of Maryland Medical System to host a blood drive at Oriole Park on Saturday, May 23, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET. All fans who donate blood will receive two

No Kid Hungry and Nationals Philanthropies issue $100,000 in grants to Virginia, Maryland schools

As part of its ongoing COVID19 relief and recovery efforts, No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end childhood hunger in America, and Nationals Philanthropies, the official charitable arm of the Washington Nationals, have issued matching grants of $25,000 to Fairfax County Public Schools (VA) and Prince George’s County Public Schools (MD) for a total of $50,000 to each school district. These funds will help

Orioles honor "the helpers" as Virtual Birdland Community Heroes

The Orioles announced today that the club will honor community “helpers” collectively as part of the club’s Virtual Birdland Community Heroes program. This group includes small business owners who have addressed varying needs in their community; non-profit leaders who have adapted and adjusted their missions to better serve those in need; volunteers who continue to offer their time and skills to local organizations; and all

Orioles to host blood drive at Ed Smith Stadium

As part of the club’s ongoing efforts to serve and strengthen the community during the current pandemic, the Orioles announced today that they will partner with OneBlood, Inc. to host a blood drive at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Fla., on Thursday, May 7, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET. The blood drive will take place in the East Lot of the stadium, located

Get Shift Done initiative launches for DMV region

Washington Nationals Philanthropies and the Greater Washington Community Foundation today announced a new partnership with Get Shift Done to launch the Get Shift Done DMV initiative which will coordinate, schedule, and pay adversely affected hourly workers in the hospitality industry to work shifts for local food access providers. Get Shift Done DMV, with founding investments from The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation, Capital