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Nationals Clinch First World Series in Franchise History

Cinderella story complete. The Washington Nationals are the 2019 World Series Champions. At one point this season, the Nationals were 19-31 and were on the verge of selling some of their best assets at the trade deadline. Fast forward to October, the Nationals clinched a wildcard berth and beat the …

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Cole Dominates Nationals in Game 4 to Even Series

Another Gerrit Cole start, another W for the Astros. The Houston Astros defeated the Washington Nationals 7-1 in Game 5 of the World Series behind a strong Gerrit Cole pitching performance for a third straight Houston win. Throughout the playoffs, Gerrit Cole has looked like the most dominant pitcher in …

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Nationals Set for World Series

Despite the chaos that always consumes Washington, D.C., there is something D.C. residents can get excited for: baseball. The Washington Nationals have gone from wild card team to postseason darlings through the month of October. On Tuesday night, the Nationals will play in their first ever World Series game. It’s …

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Nationals Shock Dodgers in NLDS, Will Face St. Louis In NLCS

The Los Angeles Dodgers have represented the National League in the World Series the past two seasons. That will not be the case in 2019. The Washington Nationals fell into a 3-0 deficit early but were able to rally behind some clutch hitting. Stephen Strausburg struggled out of the gates …

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Juan Soto Sends Nationals To NLDS

The stage was set. The Washington Nationals and Milwaukee Brewers would kick off the MLB postseason in the NL Wild Card, where neither franchise had ever been. In the end, 20-year-old Juan Soto would make all the difference. The Nats Take It Things were looking pretty grim for Max Scherzer …

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