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Washington Nationals Baseball Tickets

The Washington Nationals are a relatively new professional baseball team in Washington, D.C., with only 10 years of major league play under their belts. Overcoming a few rocky years at the start, the team is playing better than ever as it routinely makes it to the postseason. Even though the ball club is new to the nation’s capital, the franchise has a history dating back to the late 1960s in Montreal, and Washington, D.C. finally has a pro baseball team again after 45 years without one.

If you want to see a great team of underdogs slug it out of the ballpark, then buy your Washington Nationals tickets today.

Capital baseball 
Washington, D.C. is no stranger to baseball, but it’s always had trouble fielding a team from year to year or keeping one at home. A baseball team called the Washington Nationals dating back to 1872 played pro baseball in the city, but folded after just a season.

Teams calling themselves the Nationals or Senators would later form, but only remain in existence for three years before disbanding. However, the Washington Senators, a new expansion team in the American League of Major League Baseball, established itself in the city in 1960, taking its name from the 19th-century National League ball club that once called the town home. The new team, however, would only last 10 years in the District before relocating to Arlington, Texas, to become the Texas Rangers.

While none of these franchises would become the Washington Nationals that is known today, the team is called the Nats for short - a nickname that harkens back to the days of the old Nationals and Senators.

Montreal Expos
Before the team moved in 2005 and reformed as the Washington Nationals, they were the Montreal Expos - a team revered for no-hitter and perfect game pitchers like Bill Stoneman and Dennis Martinez and hitters like Pete Rose. While the team did win division titles, its best season in 1994 was dashed once the baseball strike went into effect. 

A new team
After some poor seasons, the team steadily became a force to be reckoned with in the National League East Division after winning the title in 2012 and 2014. The club also boasts pitcher Stephen Strasburg, who threw an average fastball of 95 mph during his rookie year.