The Washington Nationals, the Major League Baseball team owned by the locally based Lerner family, play 81 home games each season at Nationals Park, located in Southeast Washington DC. The team won the National League East Division Championship for the first time in the 2012 season and for a second time in 2014. This guide provides everything you need to know about Washington Nationals baseball including information about the stadium, the team members, tickets, souvenirs, special events and much more.
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Nationals Park Visitors Guide
When baseball returned to Washington, DC after a 34 year hiatus, the nation’s capital made a promise to Major League Baseball to build a new stadium in a desirable location downtown. Nationals Park, a state-of-the-art ballpark, opened for the 2008 season at a cost of $611 million. The 41,000-seat Nationals baseball stadium is located in the South Capitol Street corridor of the city near the Navy Yard and the Anacostia River. Read more about Nationals Park.
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Washington Nationals Pictures - Meet the Team
See pictures of the Washington Nationals and learn about the key players, managers and coaches. Learn about this year's off-season additions and the draft picks that everyone is waiting for. See Photos of the Nationals.
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Nationals Baseball Schedule, Tickets and Promotions
The Washington Nationals play baseball at Nationals Park in Washington DC from April through September. Individual ticket prices range from $5 to $325, with $5 tickets available only at the Nationals Park Box Office on the day of the game. Throughout the season, the Washington Nationals offer a variety of discounts and promotional giveaways. Learn about College Super Savers, Harris Teeter Tuesdays, Washington Post Wednesdays, Miller Lite Party Nights, Sunday Family Fun Packs and much more. Read more about Tickets and Discounts.
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Screech and the Nationals Racing Presidents
Screech, an American eagle, serves as the Washington Nationals mascot and appears at every Nationals game and team events. The Washington Nationals Racing Presidents (Abe, George, Tom and Teddy and Bill) are 12-foot oversized mascots that race during the 4th inning of each Nationals home game. The popular figures can be seen throughout Nationals Park and the District of Columbia promoting the team and its community efforts.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Dining and Entertainment Near Nationals Park
The area surrounding Nationals Park is rapidly development with new dining and entertainment options. The neighborhood is expected to continue to grow over the next several years. See a list of the current restaurants and places to dine near the stadium.
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Map and Directions to Nationals Park
The Nationals Baseball Stadium is located in Southeast Washington, DC along the Anacostia River near the Washington Navy Yard. There are several parking and transportation options to the area. See a map and directions to Nationals Park.
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Transportation and Parking at Nationals Park
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Nationals Ballpark Tours
The Washington Nationals offer behind-the-scenes tours of Nationals Park. The one-hour-and-fifteen minute ballpark tour features exclusive looks at the Nationals Dugout, Clubhouse and Bullpen, premium areas such as the Lexus Presidents Club and PNC Diamond Club, and The Shirley Povich Media Center. As part of the experience fans have the opportunity to visit the Nationals batting cages and throw a pitch in the Nationals bullpen.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Nationals Spring Training
The Nationals baseball team trains each spring at Space Coast Stadium in Viera, Florida. Fans can purchase tickets to the games by visiting nationals.com or by calling (321) 633-9200.
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Washington Nationals Winterfest
The Nationals Baseball team hosts a family-friendly festival where fans have the opportunity to receive autographs and take photos with Nationals baseball players. The event offers a fun-filled festival featuring a variety of activities including live batting cages, exclusive Q&A sessions with players and coaches, a Kids Zone, interactive games and much more. Read more about the Nationals Winterfest.