Washington Nationals

baseball team and Major League Baseball franchise in Washington, D.C., United States
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The Washington Nationals are the professional baseball team based in Washington, D.C., United States. They compete in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Nationals are a member of the Eastern Division of the National League. They are called "The Nats" for short.

A baseball game where the Nationals played the Cincinnati Reds

From 2005 to 2007, the Nationals played in Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. The team now plays in Nationals Park, which is in Washington, D.C. along the Anacostia River.

The franchise was founded in 1969 and at that time they played in Montreal, Quebec as the Montreal Expos. They were the first MLB team in Canada and were the only such team until the Toronto Blue Jays began to play in 1977. There was a strong rivalry between these two teams. Since the Expos moved to Washington in 2004, the Blue Jays are now the only team outside the United States.

The Nationals played in their first World Series games in 2019 against the Houston Astros, and they won in seven games to clinch their first ever World Series title in their franchise history. The other baseball team from Washington, D.C. won the World Series in 1924 as Washington Senators (now the Minnesota Twins).

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