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Jenn Jenson
Attends Corcoran College of Art and Design
Lives in Washington, DC


Jenn Jenson

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I'm selling a few shares in my Nationals season ticket group.

Section 129, row N (10 rows behind the Nats dugout)
$75 per seat per game
Minimum purchase is "one share" (2 tickets to 3 games)
$20 fee to join group
$450 per share

Up to 3 shares available as of November 7.
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  • Corcoran College of Art and Design
  • University of California, San Diego
  • Brighton HS (Salt Lake City)
  • Univ of Michigan, Schools of Public Policy & Public Health
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Washington, DC
Sandy/SLC, UT - La Jolla, CA - Ann Arbor, MI
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Jenn Jenson: If you're really lucky, you can play baseball for a living

One of the things I like about baseball is the opportunity to watch people who are living their dream. It makes me happy, and on ...

Jenn Jenson: Here's to my season ticket group

When the Nationals sent a message to season ticket-holders earlier this week, urging prompt renewal in exchange for a 5 percent discount, I

Jenn Jenson: How's your team doing?

Earlier this week it occurred to me that I didn't know the Nationals' record. It felt like we were a bit under .500, but before ...

Jenn Jenson: Trade deadline highlights Nats fans' passion for their team

The non-waiver trade deadline has come and gone and I think it's fair to say the most drama centered around whether Nationals' closer Drew S

Jenn Jenson: Ready or not, here comes Wang

If you squint, Chien-Ming Wang's story looks unremarkable. As a pitching prospect, Wang worked his way through the New York Yankees' minor l

Jenn Jenson: Jordan Zimmermann is one of my very favorites

Jordan Zimmermann is awesome! I realize this isn't breaking news, but he's so awesome that he's earned the distinction of being a very favor

Jenn Jenson: On loving and blogging about baseball

If five years ago today, you predicted my future would include blogging about baseball for, I would have given you an odd loo