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Get your steak on: Rivals Moses, Fuller toss first pitches at Nats Park

The pair of third round picks who played college football for rival Virginia schools dueled at Nats Park with a steak dinner at stake.

WASHINGTON -- The Washington Redskins are on hiatus until training camp begins in late July, but Morgan Moses and Kendall Fuller are still competing. Not for pride, but steak.

Moses and Fuller each threw out the first pitch at Nationals Park before Wednesday's series finale against the New York Mets. The former University of Virginia offensive tackle and the Virginia Tech cornerback were the main guests for rivalry night at the park between alums from both schools. 

Because life is more fun with something at stake, the pair of third round picks bet a steak dinner.

Here are the pitches, starting with the rookie Fuller

Here's the subsequent dinner with an apparent victor named, sort of.

Fuller can argue with the massive Moses if he wants. We'll pass. We did learn that Moses is spending his break in Miami as he prepares for his second straight season as Washington's right tackle while Fuller, a Baltimore native, remains close at home. 

Here are some other pictures from Nats Park.

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