(ed. note - "Thanks to LOUtheMETfan" for this link.") Nationals Park features prominently in a Sports Illustrated column by Josh Levin entitled, "Shake Me Down At The Ballgame", and in case you're wondering, it's not an overly positive review of the Nationals' new home. That should be clear by the end of the first paragraph when Mr. Levin writes: "If RFK Stadium was an old acquaintance who'd seen better days, then Nationals Park is the pal who's always asking you for money." Maybe John Edwards was right, because according to this SI column, there are "two Americas" even at the ballpark. Read. Discuss?