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1500 South Capitol Street Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia 20003
Since 1909 the Congressional Baseball Game has been the only annual partisan showdown beloved by all and enjoyed by thousands.
Every year, with a few interruptions, Senate and House members of each party team up to settle scores and solidify friendships off the floor and on the field. Members usually sport the uniform of their home states and districts, and although proportional representation is not required, elected officials of many states play to win every year.
Over the last century the Congressional Baseball Game's popularity has contributed to its evolution into a fundraiser for worthy and effective DC area charities. Some of the charities that have benefited include: The Washington Literacy Center, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, and the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation.