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PHOTOS: Night Out at the Nationals

Nats relief pitcher Sean Doolittle donated rainbow cake

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Over 3,500 tickets were sold to members of the LGBT community and their allies for the annual Night OUT at Nationals Park on June 5. The Washington Nationals topped the Tampa Bay Rays through the heroics of ace pitcher, Max Scherzer, who threw 81 of 99 pitches for strikes. The final score was 4-2.

Hosted by Team DC, the event is among 23 LGBT community nights in Major League Baseball this year. Nats relief pitcher Sean Doolittle donated a rainbow cake for the participants as a show of support regarding the recent Supreme Court’s wedding cake ruling. Doolittle’s wife, Eireann Dolan, and Scherzer’s wife, Erica May-Scherzer were on hand for the festivities.

(Washington Blade photos by Kevin Majoros)

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PHOTOS: Hagerstown Pride

Annual LGBTQ celebration held in Maryland city

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A scene from Hagerstown Pride on Saturday. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The 2024 Hagerstown Pride Festival was held at Doubs Woods Park in Hagerstown, Md. on Saturday, July 13. 

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: New York City Pride Parade

Annual LGBTQ march held in Manhattan

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The 2024 New York City Pride Parade was held on June 30. (Washington Blade photo by Daniel Truitt)

The 2024 New York City Pride Parade wound through the streets of Manhattan and past the historic Stonewall Inn on Sunday, June 30.

(Washington Blade photos by Daniel Truitt)

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PHOTOS: Fredericksburg Pride

Fourth annual LGBTQ march and festival held in Virginia town

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The 2024 Fredericksburg Pride March wound through the streets of Fredericksburg, Va. on Saturday. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The fourth annual Fredericksburg Pride march and festival was held at Riverfront Park in Fredericksburg, Va. on Saturday, June 29. The event began with a march around downtown Fredericksburg beginning and ending in the park.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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