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Adding Washington Nationals tickets to your vacation plans is the best move you'll make all year.
It took 24 years to return Major League Baseball to our nation's capital. D.C. still hasn't stopped celebrating the Nats arrival at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. The Nationals are slated to move into a brand new, state-of-the-art ballpark located near the scenic Anacostia River in 2008. That doesn't give you much time to see baseball say goodbye to historic RFK Stadium. The home of the Nationals' Washington predecessors, the Senators, from 1962 to 1971, RFK oozes baseball history.
The Nationals are looking to make a little history of their own. After their surprising inaugural campaign in 2005, the Nats, who arrived in D.C. via Montreal, are ready to shake up the National League East. The party will be raging all season at RFK. Washington Nationals tickets are you invitations. No R.S.V.P necessary.
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The 2009 MLB Season: A Return Ticket?
The beginning of a new year is always full of the unknown. Major League Baseball is no different. As always fans are wondering if the defending World Series Champion can repeat. For the Philadelphia Phillies the answer is yes they can. The Phillies can still throw J. A. Happ and Chan Ho Park at opposing batters while pounding away with Ryan Howard and chipping the bases with Shane Victorino. The Tampa Bay Rays meanwhile, are more determined than ever to live up to their potential. Just getting to the World Series is no longer enough, Tampa Bay is in it to win it.
2009 MLB Tickets: The Cream Will Rise
But 2009 MLB tickets aren’t just about these two teams. Who can count out the Boston Red Sox and their arch-rivals the New York Yankees? The Steinbrenners have once again hit the market hard, signing Mark Teixeira from the Los Angeles Angels, pitcher C.C. Sabathia from the Milwaukee Brewers, and right hander A. J. Burnett from Toronto. That new Yankee Stadium should be rocking. And how about the rest of the league? Well, Joe Torre has the L.A. Dodgers back in the mix, while the Chicago Cubs may be poised to finally end their drought. The Milwaukee Brewers, despite the loss of one of their guns, can still field one of the best rotations in baseball.
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Washington Nationals (7-9) at Miami Marlins (5-11), 7:10 p.m. (ET)
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
(SportsNetwork.com) - Washington manager Matt Williams said he's never seen Stephen Strasburg look any better than he did his last time out. The hard- throwing righty tries to string back-to-back wins together on Friday when the Nationals continue a ...
Anthony Rendon eyes return to Washington Nationals as he begins his rehab ...
Anthony Rendon eyes return to Washington Nationals as he begins his rehab assignment. Anthony Rendon played five innings in his first rehab appearance without an issue. (James Robinson | email@example.com ). Print Email · Mick Reinhard | Special ...
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District On Deck
With no offense, not even Bryce Harper can save the day
District On Deck
As the Washington Nationals' slow start to the 2015 season rolls on into the final days of April, it's beginning to look like the team is following the same script every single night: great starting pitching, virtually no offense and mediocre relief pitching.
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The Japan News
Homecoming kings: Ichiro ties Oh
The Japan News
Ichiro Suzuki of the Marlins scores a run in the fifth inning of Miami's victory over the Washington Nationals on Friday. It was his career 1,967th run scored in the big leagues and Nippon Pro Baseball, tying him with Yomiuri Giants legendary slugger Sadaharu ...
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Stammen confident about strong return
Piqua Daily Call
Prior to discovering the injury, which sent him to the disabled list for the first time in his seven-year major league career, Stammen had made five appearances out of the Nationals' bullpen this season. He had pitched four innings and had an ERA of 0.00.
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