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The Washington Nationals are much more than their standings since moving to DC, they are a very fiesty, young team with a passion to move in the right direction. One problem with the Nationals is their ability to sometimes overpay for player (albeit not quite as bad as the Mets), but the Nationals probably paid $40 or so million more for Jayson Werth this offseason than any other team. The Nationals were pretty darn aggressive this offseason at chasing some of the big name pitcher (Zach Greinke, Matt Garza, etc), so they do get bonus points for signing Werth.
One of the things that remains to be seen is how Werth handles the pressure of a city and being the star that he's never had to be in a powerful offensive lineup in Philly. The Nationals also added Tom Gorzelanny which will help bolster their rotation which will most likely be without Stephen Strasburg for all of 2011. Top pick Bryce Harper may be a mid season call up and Adam LaRoche will be an important addition to help with an offense that lost Adam Dunn and Josh Willingham. Look for the Nats to jump out of the cellar and finish ahead on the Mets, but I think it will be a couple of years before they are serious contendars for the NL East.
Washington Nationals history
The Washington Nationals have a brief but interesting history. They play in the most historic area in the United
States after previously being the first Majory League Baseball team to play in Canada. The Nationals came into
existence as the Montreal Expos in 1969 as an expansion team along with the
San Diego Padres. Both teams would lose 110 games in their first season
and would not post an above .500 record for their first decade as a team. It wasn't until 1981 that the Expos won
their first and only full season division title and defeating the first for their first ever playoff series win to
advance to the NLCS. They would eventually lose to the Dodgers.
It would be another 12 years before the Expos would again find their way to a winning season and unfortunately it came
at a time with a dark cloud over baseball. During the 1994 season the Expos were one of the best teams in baseball
and were holding their highest winning percentage as a team and then the strike happened which ended the season, and
the Expos best chance at a possible trip to the World Series.
In 2005 after years of slumping attendance and poor performances the team packed up and moved to Washginton DC and
changed their name to the Nationals. They were the first team to change cities and team name since the 70's. Fan
has always been crazy about washington baseball tickets but it had been a long time since there was a team to
call home in DC. The first team and one of the found American League teams the Washington Senators played in DC
from 1901 to 1960 before moving to Minnesota to become the Minnesota Twins. Another attempt at a franchise in
Washington came when the second Senators teams played from 1961-1971 with only 1 winning season and that team moved
to Texas to become the Texas Rangers. The Washington Nationals currently call home to
Nationals Park built in 2008 and play in the National League
Conference in the Eastern division. Be sure to check the Washington Nationals Schedule and the Nationals
Park seating chart and plan your next visit to see your favorite players take the field.
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