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If you thought the debate over the name of Washington’s baseball team was over, then you’re not familiar with Ed Meiman’s one-man crusade for change. Since July, Meiman has been holding an often lonely vigil at RFK stadium, trying to persuade the Nationals to rename themselves the Grays in honor of the city’s former Negro League team. We’ll talk with Meiman about his project and the reception he’s gotten from other fans and the team.
- Ed Meiman Grays fan and creator of the graysfan.org website
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