2015 Washington Nationals Schedule
Thanks to one of the most talented young teams in the league, the Nationals
are sure to give their fans plenty to cheer about this season as they once again take a run at the top of the N.L. East standings,
which they were able to do in 2014, their second since the franchise came to D.C. The Nats won the National League East title
two seasons ago, but finished as runners-up in 2013 before storming back and reclaiming the title in 2014, showing that they're
the type of team that is always ready to be a major factor in the National League. The Nats are looking to get back to the
top of their division, and they certainly have the talent to make it happen as they look to take down all of the top teams
in the league on their way back into the postseason mix.
And that's exactly what has fans eagerly pouring into Nationals
Park from one game to the next, as this is a team that has developed a major reputation with the home town fans for a reason.
With an exciting team filled with all types of potential, the Nationals routinely field one of the most talented squads in
the National League, helping fans to speculate about their chances of taking down the World Series much sooner than later.
Once you're there in the middle of an amazing matchup loaded with energy and excitement, you'll definitely be glad that you're
not still sitting at home, left to wonder what Nationals Park is like for all of the crucial at-bats of the ballgame.
the fun definitely doesn't end just because the team is out of town, as the Nationals have a great fan base that tends to
show up wherever the Nationals hit the field. With the Nats looking to put up some big road wins on their way back up the
divisional standings, there has never been a better time to travel with the team and see what all of the buzz is about. With
the game on the line and the Nationals looking to put the final touches on a big win, the experience will completely speak
for itself whether it's at home or away.
Washington Nationals Team Info
The Washington Nationals play
in the National League East division of Major League Baseball, a division that also features the Atlanta Braves, New York
Mets, Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins. The Nats are hoping they can play well enough to return to the postseason this
season through either the division title or a Wild Card berth, as they have the type of team that has the overall talent level
to do some very big things. Led by Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg as well as rising stars like Anthony Rendon and Ian
Desmond, this is a team that definitely isn't going to go quietly this season as they look to pile up the wins and give their
fans plenty to cheer about. With the game still up in the air and the Nats looking for a clutch hit to seal the deal, it won't
be hard to get sucked into the world of Washington Nationals baseball.
The MLB Experience
When you head
to a Major League Baseball game, you'll find yourself seated in a sea of some of the most passionate sports fans you've ever
come across. Every baseball game is greeted by adoring fans that just want to root for the home team. This is no different
when it comes to fans of the Washington Nationals, and you can see that for yourself when you head out to a game this season.
Nationals Park has quickly came to be a major staple of the local sports scene around the nation's capital, making it the
place to be whenever the Nationals take to the diamond. But even though home games are great, there is something special about
seeing your favorite team take to the field on the road as well, as away matchups will give you a completely different perspective
on your favorite team and show you that there is still nothing quite like baseball when it's played at the highest possible
Washington Nationals History
The Washington Nationals franchise was founded in 1969 as the Montreal
Expos. The franchise was moved to Washington D.C. in 2005 and has found a passionate fan base to support the team. The Nats
struggled in their early years in the nation's capital, but have grown into a real contender in the National League as of
late. The Nationals captured their first division title since moving to Washington in 2012 and followed it up by running away
with the N.L. East again in 2014, showing their fans what winning baseball looks like and giving their fans plenty to look
forward into in an exciting era of baseball.
Washington Nationals Trivia
Who holds the single-season home
run record for the franchise?
The answer is Alfonso Soriano, who belted 46 homers in 2006 to set the all-time record
for the Nationals/Expos. That year, it all really came together for Soriano, who finally joined the 40-40 club of stealing
40 bases and hitting 40 home runs. Even with some very good years with the Yankees, Soriano ended up with his best statistical
season in 2006, which remains arguably the most dominant offensive season in franchise history.
As the Nats look to once again make their mark on the N.L. East, they're sure to give their fans plenty of reasons
to be out of their seat, so don't even think about being left out of the action as the Nats hope to move up the standings
in the division. Be there for all of the action that you'll have to see up close and personal to truly appreciate in an exciting
era of Washington Nationals baseball. In 2014, it didn't all quite come together for the Nationals after an amazing regular
season, but up-and-coming Nationals appear to be settling in to be contenders in the National League or a long time to come,
making it a great time to be a fan in the nation's capital.