Washington Nationals fans on their way to the 2006 season opening game versus the New York Mets.

Washington Nationals fans on their way to the 2006 season opening game versus the New York Mets.

Heartbroken and hungover, D.C.’s sports fans know what losing feels like. The city’s major league teams have improved in past years, but recent seasons have only ended in disappointment. The Washington Wizards and Capitals are both back in the playoffs, and the city’s fans are fighting a range of emotions with each game. Kojo explores how D.C.’s relationships with its sports teams affect the psychology of the city – and what we can learn about city character through sports.

Guests

  • Samantha Loss D.C. region native and Washington Capitals fan; @SamanthaLoss
  • Jennifer O'Dell Washington, D.C. transplant, Washington Nationals fan; @Woodleygrrl
  • Dion Johnson Editor-In-Chief, Champagne In The Locker Room; @CiTLR_Diego

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