Baseball's return to Washington D.C. could be over before it begins, after the District of Columbia City Council threw a wrench in the plans on Wednesday. By voting for a measure that requires private financing for at least half of the cost of a new stadium, the Council put the team's future in limbo. The team then indefinitely suspended business and promotional activities.
Will the Nationals ever take the field in Washington D.C.? Will they stay more than a year? And what role should public funding play in stadium deals? They're your cities, SportsNation.