Washington Nationals tickets have been available for purchase since 2005. The
current franchise is the third Major League Baseball franchise to represent the nation's
The first two franchises played in Washington D.C. from 1901 to 1960 and from 1961 to 1972. Both of these previous franchises
were members of the American League. The current franchise, a member of the National
League, began play as the Montreal Expos in 1969 and was the first Major League franchise to play
a regular season based outside of the United States. While based in Montreal, fans cheered
on such stars as Rusty Staub, Andre Dawson, Pedro Martinez, Gary Carter, and Tim Raines. Major League
Baseball took over the financially struggling Expos and moved it to Washington D.C. after the 2004 season.
Washington Nationals tickets became a very much sought-after commodity. Led by manager
Frank Robinson, the Nationals got off to an impressive start in the 2005 season. Brad
Wilkerson, the first player to bat for the Nats, responded with the first single for the new
team. The home opener for the newly located franchise was played on April 14, 2005. There
were 45,596 holders of Washington Nationals tickets in attendance. Since 2005, the team
has been building a solid organization, putting together a solid core of young players to
represent the nation's capitol for years to come.
Led by Davey Johnson, the performance of current players
such as Ian Desmond, Jesus Flores, Steven Strasburg, and Bryce Harper, hope to inspire sales of Washington
Nationals tickets for years to come.
In their last seasons in Montreal, the Expos had very low
fan attendance drawing far less than 1 million per season at poorly maintained Olympic Stadium. When the team relocated in 2005,
Washington Nationals tickets were sold for games played at RFK Stadium. This was the
facility where the second American League Washington Senators franchise played before
leaving for Arlington Texas after the 1971 season.
The Nats played at RFK Stadium for three seasons while awaiting a new stadium to be built.
On March 30, 2008, the Nationals hosted the Atlanta Braves for their first ever regular season game
at Nationals Park. The new stadium seats 41,546 holders of Washington Nationals tickets.
Nationals Park offers a panoramic view of many of the area's landmarks. The stadium also
features state of the art audio and video technology. Handicap accessibility ensures that
every holder of Washington Nationals tickets will have the maximum enjoyable baseball
experience. Since moving to Washington D.C., there has been no fewer than 1.8 million
Washington Nationals tickets sold for a single season.
In baseball's triumphant return to the nation's capitol in 2005, there were almost 2.7 million
fans in attendance to witness, in person, the national pastime. And thanks to interleague
play, interest is heightened with a natural rivalry against the American League Baltimore
Orioles. This gives fans from Baltimore an interest in buying Washington Nationals tickets.
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12-9-13: The Washington nationals should regret shutting down there young pitcher Stephen Strasburg two years ago when the team had a chance to do some serious damage in the playoffs. A team can never know when we'll have a chance to win the division again and the nationals made that mistake and regretted it last season as they missed out on the playoffs. While still young and promising the nationals fail to season opportunity to take control of struggling division and last year the Atlanta Braves ran away with it. Don't count this team out however behind the leadership of veteran Jason Werth and the young strong right arm of Stephen Strasburg this team can be a foreign in the sides of anyone. The nationals also added right-hander Doug Fister with the trade involving the Detroit Tigers. Sister is a capable right-hander in the middle-of-the-road station.
8/21/13 - After winning the division last season the Washington nationals have had a disappointing follow-up campaign. At 61 – 64 they're 15 games back out of first place. Starting pitcher Dan Haren picked up the win last night in Chicago against the cubs in a 4-2 win. Bryce Harper recorded two hits for the nationals in that win. After facing the cubs the nationals will travel to Kansas City to face the Royals for interleague play. Stephen Strasburg is having a nice year with an ERA of 2.93. The nationals have a record of six and four in the last 10 games.
7/18/13 - The Washington Nationals have been a surprise disappointment through the first half of the season. Unable to follow up Their surprise season last year Many will question their decision to shut down Stephen Strasburg. At 48 – 47 the nationals are in second place. After the break the nationals will embark on a series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Stephen Strasburg will take the mound For the first game of the series. The nationals have only scored 357 runs this season and that ranks 26th overall in the majors.
7/7/13 - Two Washington Nationals will be headed to Citi Field with the National League all-stars. Outfielder Bryce Harper was voted in by the fans and will start in his second ASG appearance. RHP Jordan Zimmermann will be making his 1st appearance in the midsummer classic.
6/12/13 - Last year was a surprisingly good year for the Washington Nationals. Winning 98 games along with a division title, the Nationals are a young team on the rise for sure. Currently in second place, behind the Braves, the Nats will square off against the Colorado Rockies and the Cleveland Indians as part of a 9 game road trip. Jordan Zimmerman is having a great year on the mound with a record of 9-3 and an ERA of just 2.00. Young star Stephen Strasburg is averaging 8.64 strikeouts per nine innings but is currently on the DL. Ian Desmond leads the team in batting average at a .277 clip.