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The Washington Nationals sit atop the NL East, riding on the strong arms of Stephen Strasburg and Max Scherzer, and an offense that’s capable of knocking in runs up and down the lineup. The club’s most immediate competition comes from the New York Mets, last season’s division champs, and the Metropolitans will be coming to Nationals Park on June 27 for a three-game series. These teams last faced each other in late May, with the Mets taking two out of three games in Washington. The Nationals will look to exact revenge this time around, and fans can get tickets to the first game for as low as $18, or tickets for the June 28 game starting at $15.
Defense has been the game-maker for the Washington Nationals as of late, and pitcher Stephen Strasburg is delivering for his team. Following a Tuesday night win over the Mets, Strasburg improves to 8-0 so far this season, proving that D is the key to victory. His teammates furthered the cause, hitting more home runs than they have in any other game so far this season. Those five runs helped the Nationals to a 7-4 win over Minnesota. Up next for Washington is s a round against the Cardinals. Games are happening Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., and we have a great variety of tickets on sale now. Prices start at $11.
There’s not much that’s more American than watching baseball in the nation’s capital city, and the Washington Nationals are delivering plenty of action weekend. With four games scheduled this weekend (May 13-15), Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., will come alive as the team hosts the Marlins. Saturday’s schedule will be a double header to make up for an early April game that was rained out. The team is hoping that winning this series against Florida will help boost them to the No. 1 spot in the National League East rankings. Tickets are available now with prices starting at less than $10. After taking Monday off, the Nats will travel to New York to face the Mets. Tickets for that series are also on sale now!
If anyone ever tries to tell you that baseball is boring, tell them to watch the 16-inning, nearly six-hour-long game that the Washington Nationals played Sunday. As the longest game in team history, the contest included a pinch hits, homers, a game tying bunt and a playfulness from the team’s dugout that can only be attributed to the excitement of such a long and interesting game. Ultimately, it was Chris Heisey’s home run in the 16th inning that finally gave the Nationals the 6-5 victory over the Minnesota Twins. Currently undertaking a run against the Phillies, Washington will be at home this Thursday, April 28. Tickets are on sale now and available for only $6 and up!
The Washington Nationals have officially returned home to the District of Columbia, where they will play two preliminary games before finally hosting the home opener on April 7. This Friday and Saturday, you can catch the Nats at home playing against the Minnesota Twins as both teams make final preparations for the start of the regular season. Washington will kick the season off on Thursday, April 7, in the first of three games against the newly rebranded Miami Marlins. If you don’t have your tickets to the opener, you can still find plenty of them right here. Tickets for the kickoff game currently start at prices as low as $47.
3/18/16 - After months of waiting, the Washington Nationals are just a few weeks away from kicking off their 2016 season. They’ll face the newly named Miami Marlins at home on Thursday, April 7. Tickets are likely to sell quickly, so be sure to buy yours early! Prices currently start at just $54 and go up from there for the best seats in Nationals Park. In the meantime, you can also catch the Nationals as they wrap up their spring training series at Space Coast Stadium in Viera, FL. Their next exhibition matchup is this Saturday, March 19 against the New York Mets. Tickets are available for prices starting at $42 and up.
9/25/15 - Despite losing all three games against the Orioles in the Battle of the Beltway, the Washington Nationals remain second in the NL Eastern Division. Their elimination number dropped to four, and they are now seven games behind the first place Mets. Prior to losing to the Orioles, the Nationals were victors in a four game series against the Marlines 3-1. They lost the first game, but came back to win the next three, including dominating the final game with a 13-3 victory. The Nationals next host the Phillies for three games starting on the 25th, followed by a make up game against the Reds. They will working hard to get a spot in the playoffs this year. You still have a chance to catch them in action, with prices starting at just $8.
9/18/15 - The Washington Nationals could not be in a better position as they return from their away series. Even without the home field advantage, they managed to rack up a four-game winning streak. Now they are back in Washington, already revved up and ready to build on their streak. First up, they host the Miami Marlins, followed by the Baltimore Orioles. This will be the Nationals final home series, but it is nice and long, nearly lasting through the end of the season. They will be facing four different opponents, and play a total of 11 games. There are plenty of opportunities for you to catch the Nationals in action before the season ends, so be sure to get your tickets early and come out to show your support.
9/11/15 - The Washington Nationals have traded in their five game winning streak for a three game losing streak. After sweeping a four game series against the Braves, the Nationals faced the Mets for three games and were unable to get a victory. The first game almost went to the Nationals after Wilson Ramos' hit a grand slam in the fourth inning. However, the Mets rallied to win. The next night seemed to be the Nationals', until the Mets once again scored late, this time with six runs in the seventh. The Mets had another late rally in the third game to win. The Nationals will look to end this losing streak when they head to Miami for three games starting on the 11th. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $8.
9/4/15 - The Washington Nationals fell to 6.5 games behind the New York Mets, who are currently in first place in the NL Eastern Division, when they lost to the Cardinals on Monday, August 31. The Nationals tried to rally in the seventh and actually drew ahead; however, the Cardinals were able to get five runs at the bottom of the inning to once again get the lead. The loss also led to a 12-17 record for the month of August, which is the worst month they have had this season. The team will look to come back on the 1st and 2nd to beat the Cardinals, who currently have the best record in the league. Then, they head home to host the Braves for four games. You can still get your tickets for as little as $2.
8/28/15 - With the Mets threatening to run away with the NL East, the Washington Nationals know now is their time to make a move. The Nats have won three in a row, taking two of three from the Brewers and their first game against the Padres at home to keep up with New York. Washington currently trails by 5.5 games in the East, and with the Cubs and Pirates soaring off with the National League’s two Wild Card spots, it’s looking more and more like winning the division is the Nats’ only way into the postseason. They’ll host the Marlins this weekend in a three-game set as they look to make up ground against one of the more vulnerable teams in the NL. Grab your tickets for Sunday afternoon at Nationals Park starting at $13!
8/21/15 - The Washington Nationals' losing streak continues. In one of the longest series of away games in the entire league so far this season, the Nationals just cannot catch a break. They have fallen short in each matchup so far, with one exception. The Nationals even were shut out on three occasions. They have just one more set before they are able to return to their own field and relax a little. Unfortunately, this six-game losing streak has taken its toll. The Nationals are no longer at the top of their division; they now trail by five wins. All things considered, they are still doing well this season, but they fell into a particularly rough rut. They will return on August 21st, and the Nationals should start winning again then.
8/7/15 - The Washington Nationals broke their budding four game losing streak when they beat the Diamondbacks in the second of four games. The first game went to the Diamondbacks, despite a rally by the Nationals in the bottom of the ninth that included Wilson Ramos' RBI single, Ryan Zimmerman's homer, and Michael Taylor's two-run double. The next night, the Nationals started out strong with three runs in the first inning. However, the Diamondbacks tied up the game in the third. Ramos again helped out with a two-run single to take the lead. The two teams play again on the 5th and 6th, and then the Nationals host the Rockies for a three game series starting on the 7th. You can still get your tickets to see the games in person, with prices starting at $21.
7/31/15 - The current Washington Nationals pitcher, Drew Storen, was in for a surprise when the Nationals picked up Jonathan Papelbon from the Phillies this week. This trade puts Storen to the back burner and more of a setup role. Storen hasn’t said much to the press about the big news, but what he has implies is that he is in close contact with the team manager along with his agent and he is keeping his options open. Papelbon is an asset for any team who acquires him. He is currently a six-time All-Star player and has had 18 postseason appearances. He also had the opportunity to close out in the 2007 World Series. See the Nationals and Papelbon play live on August 3 against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
7/24/15 - The leader of the NL East Division, the Washington Nationals are going to have to fight through their next long series of away games. They don’t come back to the Nationals Park until August 3, but have high hopes for their road games. So far they have been back and forth with wins and losses and their last game against the Pittsburgh Pirates ended in a 3-7 loss. The Pirates had some very strong offensive plays, including their two-run homer by Andrew McCutchen. Offense wasn’t the Pirates only strong point. They were able to shut the Nationals down defensively with their left-handed pitcher. The Nationals still have three games to prove themselves to the Pirates. Watch all three games live by getting your tickets today.
7/17/15 - The Washington Nationals broke their three game losing streak when they won the last two games of a three game series against the Orioles. The Orioles came back to win 3-2 in the teams' first meeting. The next night, the Nationals won 7-4. The Orioles led early, but the Nationals had a strong sixth inning, thanks to a homer by Bryce Harper and a three-run homer by Danny Espinosa. The next night, the Nationals had a busy fourth inning, nabbing three runs thanks to a two run double by Tyler Moore. Adam Jones from the Orioles had two homers, but the Nationals were able to hold them to the two runs for the win. They host the Dodgers for a three game series starting July 17th, with ticket prices starting at $36.
7/10/15 - This season has been simply full of bad luck and injuries for the Washington Nationals. Monday night’s game against the Reds was no exception, as fielders Denard Span and Yunel Escobar both had to leave the game due to back spasms and hamstring tightness, respectively. Despite ultimately losing the game 3-2, the Nationals hung in there and even managed to tie Cincinnati twice. The next game at Nationals Park is to be held on Wednesday, July 8 against the Reds. First pitch will be at 7:05PM and tickets are still available at a starting price of $7. Then they will head to Baltimore for a series against the Orioles that is set to take place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Their next home stretch begins July 17 against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
7/3/15 - Being at the top of the NL Eastern Division by three wins, the Washington Nationals are in good shape. They had a little trouble with the Atlanta Braves, losing two of three games, but as a whole, their away series was successful. They are now ready to return to their own field, and will be hosting the San Francisco Giants first. This will be a short return home, with only two sets total before hitting the road again. If you want to catch the Nationals live, be sure to get your tickets soon. Tickets for the next available game, on July 4th, start as low as $32. Washington is primed for some exciting upcoming games up, so you will not want to miss the action.
6/26/15 - The Washington Nationals sure seemed to enjoy having a full rotation again. Pitcher Stephen Strasburg rejoined the roster after spending three weeks on the disabled list due to neck spasms. The time he spent resting seemed to do him a world of good, as he was able to deliver five scoreless innings and help the Nationals to a 3-1 win over the Braves. Teammate and center fielder Denard Span commented on his confidence and renewed balance on the mound, despite the fact that his play time was limited due to the injury. Thursday (June 25) is the last game in the series. Tickets are on sale now starting at $12 for the match at Nationals Park in Washington DC. The next home games for the Nationals will be on July 3-5 against the Giants.
6/19/15 - The Washington Nationals have been struggling slightly lately, winning only four of their last seven matches, but their most recent feat takes the cake. On June 16th, they managed to score an unbelievable 16 runs against the Tampa Bay Rays, on their own field no less. This certainly is the definition of ending their series of away games on a high note. If they are able to carry this incredible momentum into their upcoming home games, the Nationals will have no problem overtaking the New York Mets for the top position for the NL Eastern Division. The Nationals will finish their set against the Rays back in Washington, then they are hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tickets for the opening match of that set are available starting at just $23.
6/10/15 - The Washington Nationals made an exciting pick during the fourth round of the 2015 MLB Draft this week, which is a move that could breathe fresh life into the team after a rough couple of weeks. The Nationals picked up Mariano Rivera III, a right-handed pitcher from Iona College. That’s not the only thing that makes him special, however. Rivera is also the son of iconic Yankees closer Mariano Rivera. The right-handed pitcher throws upwards of 95 mph and is known for his fantastic breaking balls. Come see how this exciting new addition works his way into the team. The Nationals’ next home game takes places on Wednesday, June 17 against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Tickets are still available in varying prices and quantities.
6/5/15 - Tough times continue for the Washington Nationals. They failed to win a round in the set against the Cincinnati Reds, and then their opener against the Toronto Blue Jays was postponed. Once the match got underway, the Nationals did manage to shut out the Blue Jays, but the final two games went to Toronto. Now, Washington has started a new set against the Chicago Cubs, but they lost again, this time by a single sixth inning run. After this set, the Nationals will be hitting the road; it is important that they rally and start winning again before then. They only have three remaining games against the Cubs, so they are quickly running out of time. Tickets for the next matchup are available for only $14.
5/29/15 - With a 28-19 record, the Washington Nationals sit on top of the NL East leaderboard. They’ve won eight of their last 10 games. It was just announced that Jayson Werth’s wrist injury is going to keep him out until august, so the Nationals are trying to decide what to do about the LF spot. It didn’t hurt them in Wednesday’s game against the Cubs. Max Scherzer shut out the Cubs for a 3-0 win. The Nationals come back to their home field on Monday (6/1) for three games against the Toronto Blue Jays. Tickets for the evening game start at $7, and there’s plenty of great seats available to unwind after a long day at work. Beginning Thursday (6/4), the Nationals host the Chicago Cubs in a four-game series at home.
5/15/15 - The Washington Nationals had a five game winning streak taken from them when they lost against the Diamondbacks on May 12. However, they have still won 8 of their last 10 games, including two of the three games in the series against the Diamondbacks. In the first game against the Diamondbacks, the Nationals dominated, winning 11-1. They started out with four runs in the first inning and followed up with another six in the second. The Diamondbacks answered back the next night, winning 14-6. The third game was back and forth until the Nationals scored four runs in the ninth inning to win 9-6. The Nationals next head to San Diego for a four game series against the Padres that begins on May 14. Tickets are still available, with prices starting at $19.
5/8/15 - While the Washington Nationals have not managed to get more than a three-game winning streak recently, they have won seven of their last nine games, which is quite a feat. The spoils of their hard work are coming in: the Nationals are now tied for third in the NL Eastern Division and are up to 14-15. If they continue in this way, they will continue up to the top without any problems. Now halfway through their series of home games, the Nationals only have a three-game set against the Atlanta Braves before they hit the road. If you would like to come out and cheer them to victory, tickets start as low as $18. Take this opportunity to see them live before they leave town.
4/29/15 - Heading into Tuesday night’s game against the Atlanta Braves, the Washington Nationals were really hoping to break a six-game losing streak. After trailing by eight runs in the fourth inning of the matchup, things looked a little bleak for the Nationals. However, they were able to chip away at that lead thanks to a three-run homer from Jose Lobaton, a solo homer from Denard Span, a two-run triple from Dan Uggla and a pinch-hit RBI single from Reed Johnson. In the ninth, Uggla once again proved clutch as he pounded a three-run homer, clinching a 13-12 win for the Nationals. On Monday, May 4, they will be back in DC to take on the Miami Marlins at Nationals Park. Tickets can be purchased now starting at just $10.
4/24/15 - The Washington Nationals are celebrating a tenth-inning win thanks to third baseman Yunel Escobar, who hit a ball over left field fence in a solo home run that won the game for the Nationals. As he rounded third and headed for home, his teammates were there to shower him with high fives and Gatorade, but at the last second Escobar dropped and slid headfirst to the plate. Known for twirling the bat and chatting up umpires between pitches, the move showed even more of the Cuban native’s unique style and happy personality. The final score was 2-1 over the St. Louis Cardinals. The two teams will meet again on Wednesday and Thursday at Nationals Park in Washington DC. Our ticket prices for either game will cost you just $8 and up.
4/14/15 - After somewhat of a slow start to the 2015 MLB regular season, the Washington Nationals are making a few changes to their lineup in hopes they can work out the kinks that have plagued them thus far. After a loss that manager Matt Williams called “about as bad as you can get,” they have promoted Rafael Martin to lead the bullpen in the place of left-handed Xavier Cedeno, who has played in five of the first seven games. Despite Cedeno’s rocky performance thus far, officials are stating that the change has more to do with needing a fresh reliever for Tanner Roark. Up next for the Nationals is a four-game stretch at home against the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Tickets will set you back just $9 and up.
4/8/15 - A pitching gem by offseason acquisition Max Scherzer – taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning with eight whiffs – was ruined by fielding miscues en route to a 3-1 loss to the N.Y. Mets on Opening Day. The Nats, widely picked as a World Series contender, managed to scrape together just the single run, failing to get a hit in six opportunities with runners on base.
4/1/15 - The Washington Nationals will start the season with a key offensive contributor on the disabled list. Third baseman Anthony Rendon visited three different doctors after injuring his left knee, and all three confirmed the sprain; Rendon suffered the sprain in his medial collateral ligament (MCL) while diving for a ground ball earlier in training.
3/25/15 - Skipper Matt Williams announced earlier this week who would be the Washington Nationals’ starting pitcher for Opening Day, and it’s no surprise that the honor goes to newly acquired starter Max Scherzer. Stephen Strasburg, who made the start the last three seasons for the Nats, is expected to be the No. 3 starter this season, behind Scherzer and Jordan Zimmermann.
3/18/15 - As the Washington Nationals get closer to the start of regular season, they have had to make some tough cuts in their lineup. The Nationals recently released Jeff Kobernus, who had played in both infield and outfield positions with the team. They originally demoted Kobernus to the Syracase Chiefs, but decided that he was considered too much of a long shot to make the team after not being able to place him decisively as an infielder or outfielder. Kobernus played on the Syracuse Chiefs for two seasons. He performed well in 2013 with 42 stolen bases and a batting average of .318. Last season, however, Kobernus suffered a series of injuries that dropped his record to 15 stolen bases an a batting average of .257.
3/10/15 - So, the big question being asked around Washington Nationals camp is this: Is this the year the Nats finally win it all? ESPN’s Jayson Stark, in a recent column, makes the case that it necessarily needs to be now, since three key players – shortstop Ian Desmond and pitchers Jordan Zimmermann and Doug Fister – are only signed through 2015.
3/4/15 - If it’s March, then Washington Post columnist Thomas Boswell has to be down in Viera, Fla. covering the Washington Nationals. The Nats are hoping like heck that this year ends on a better note than last season, when the team walked away with the National League East championship but were eliminated after the Division Series.
2/18/15 - With the start of Spring Training 2015 just weeks away, the Washington Nationals are gearing up for a big season. Their collection of 40-man roster members and 20 non-roster guests makes a strong statement as they prepare for their first spring training game in Viera, FL. The top five players to watch include pitcher Aaron Barrett, who is expected to be a significant contributor in this season’s bullpen. 23-year-old Spencer Kieboom could also be a breakout success story, as the non-roster invitee is expected to show off his commanding batting skills during spring training. Other players to watch include centerfielder Michael A. Taylor as well as first basers and outfielders Tyler Moore and big league Mike Carp. Come see all the action for yourself when Spring Training kicks off next month.
1/27/15 - In preparation for the start of Spring Training in just over a month, the Washington Nationals are mixing up the right side of their field. The Nationals have recently acquired shortstop Yunel Escobar, but they are set to play him in second base instead. They also will try third basemen Ryan Zimmerman's hand at first base. Max Scherzer, recently acquired by the team in a lucrative deal that is the largest contract ever for a right handed pitcher, will most likley become a starting pitcher for the team. The players have some time to adjust to their new positions before fans have a chance to see how well the new strategy works at the first Spring Training game on March 5 against the New York Mets at Space Coast Stadium in Viera, Florida. Tickets start at $26.
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Championship Dreams in the Nation’s Capital
After the Nationals signed SP Max Scherzer, slugger Bryce Harper jokingly asked where his championship ring was before the 2015 season even got started. Then 162 games later, Harper and his teammates were each returning to their own homes as the MLB playoffs got underway. A few key additions suggest that it’ll be tough to keep this 2016 team out of the postseason, which is one big reason that cheap Washington Nationals tickets are already flying out the door.
The Rich Get Richer
The Nats took a high-quality lineup and brought it even higher, adding speedy CF Ben Revere from Toronto and playoff homerun hero Daniel Murphy from the Mets. Their starting rotation is as devastating as last year, headlined by Scherzer—who came within a glimmer of a Perfect Game and threw a pair of no-hitters in ’15—and backed by Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez, Tanner Roark and Joe Ross. Indeed, few National League squads appear qualified to go toe-to-toe with Washington when it comes to the mound.
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