Many would say that the glory days of Robert F. Kennedy Stadium in Washington DC have faded. Opened in 1961, it was once the home of the Washington Redskins (football), the Washington Senators and the Washington Nationals (baseball). All these teams have moved to other venues, or even other towns. RFK is a multi-purpose stadium meant to serve as an all-in-one facility for football and baseball, an architectural configuration which is not always as practical as it sounds. The conversion process necessary to change the stadium’s configuration costs $40,000 every time it is done, and the RFK could no longer afford the transition, even after 10,000 seats were taken out to make it easier.