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With just one week until the playoffs start, the Washington Nationals will have to make do without catcher Wilson Ramos. A torn ACL has ended the All-star’s season, and the Nats will rely on Pedro Severino and Jose Lobaton to cover. Washington has already clinched their playoff spot and NL East title, but many think this untimely news, along with the already long injured list, could damper their chances at making a serious run for the Pennant. They’ll face one final regular season series at home against the Marlins starting this Friday, Sept. 30. Come cheer on the Washington Nationals—they could really use the support! Tickets are still available starting at $9.
The Washington Nationals are topping the charts in the NL East division with 86 wins and 58 losses. They are currently on a four-game winning streak and hope that the good times continue to roll as they play the New York Mets two more times this week. After they take on the Mets, the Nationals hit the road and start a three-series against the Atlanta Braves. The Nationals need to win every game possible to boost them into a game winning high to start off the playoffs. Get your tickets today to see the Nationals live before the playoffs begin. Tickets for their upcoming game against the Mets start at $3.
The Washington National swept their latest three game series against the Braves. The two teams battled it out in the final game, going 11 innings until the Nationals scored the winning run for a walk off victory. After ending the ninth inning tied, both teams scored a run in the tenth to keep it tied. Wilson Ramos hit an RBI single in the eleventh for the win. Unfortunately, the Nationals did not carry this momentum forward with them when they started their four game series against the Phillies on the 8 and lost 4-1. The two teams play again three more times, and then the Nationals host the Mets staritng on the 12. You can still get tickets for $9 and up.
As the last month of the MLB season begins, many Washington Nationals fans are wondering who the team will call up as they make a final push toward the playoffs. The Nationals are undoubtedly happy with their No. 1 ranking in the NL East, but with the roster expansion beginning on Sept. 1, they are looking for all the help they can get. Washington is coming off a series win over the Phillies, and will be looking to maintain or increase their .583 percentage this week against the Mets and the Braves. Check out the Nationals as they welcome Atlanta to Washington, D.C., beginning Monday, Sept. 5. Get your tickets now for $5!
The Washington Nationals beat the Rockies in the first of three games, but then lost the next two. Game 1 ended close, with a final score of 5-4. The Rockies had an early lead, but the Nationals rallied to take the victory. Jayson Werth had a two run homer in the third to get the Nationals on the board. Then, Daniel Murphy had an RBI single in the fifth, Wilson Ramos had a homer in the sixth, and Bryce Harper had an RBI double in the seventh. The Nationals worked hard in the next two games but were unable to get ahead of the Rockies. The Nationals next play four games against the Braves starting on the 18. Tickets remain available for prices starting at $2.
The Washington Nationals are closing in on the home stretch of the 2016 MLB season. They continue to make a case for a postseason appearance, as they won their most recent series against the Atlanta Braves 2 - 1. Although they lost the first matchup with the visiting Braves 5 - 8, the Nats managed to rally to beat them 7 - 6 on Saturday and an impressive 9 - 1 on Sunday. Now, Washington will embark on a two-series road trip, including a rematch with the Braves in Atlanta. Catch them when they return to Nationals Park on Wednesday, August 24 to play the Baltimore Orioles. Tickets are $16 and up.
The Washington Nationals are starting to look like anything but playoff contenders in recent matches, even though they are still ranked first in the National League Eastern Division. In fact, they have lost five out of their last seven games, only one of which has been on the road. Tuesday’s loss was particularly brutal, as it looked like the Nats were finally going to pull out a much-needed win. They led the game 6 - 4 in the top of the ninth inning. It was the Nats’ lack of a reliable closer that cost them the game, giving the Cleveland Indians three runs in the bottom of the ninth to lose 6 - 7. Tickets to the next home game on August 5 are $16 and up.
The Washington Nationals seem to be rediscovering some of the mojo they had at the beginning of the season, as they have now won the last three out of four games. They had a tough battle for their most recent win against the New York Mets on Sunday night, barely eking out the victory 3 - 2. The Nats looked strong when they scored two runs in the top of the first inning, but the Mets came surging back with a run of their own. Ultimately, however, the Nats were able to fend off the home team and take their overall record to 54 - 36. Catch them when they host the Pirates on Friday. Tickets are $19.
It is good to be the Washington Nationals! The Nats are currently sitting pretty at first place in the National League East Division with a remarkable 47 wins and 32 losses. Three of those wins came in their most recent series against the New York Mets, whom the Nationals swept in impressive fashion. They will now look to host the Cincinnati Reds, who will be in town and staying through Sunday. Even though Washington is on top, it never hurts to have the support of their fans. Catch them on Saturday, July 2 when the Reds visit Nationals Park. Tickets are already on sale and available for $13 and up.
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.
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.