Washington Nationals Tickets
From the heart of the nation’s capital comes the city’s very own baseball team the Washington Nationals. They are a part of the East Division and play their home games at the stunning Nationals Park. The team has had a very interesting past and will have an even more interesting future by the looks of it. The natives of the city have taken the team to their hearts and the way these fans buy Washington Nationals tickets forms the basis of the optimism sweeping through everyone associated with the franchise.
The history of the Washington Nationals goes all the way back to the days of the Montreal Expos and its creation in 1968. That was the season when the management of the National League approved two more franchises from Montreal and San Diego to join the roster. The team was fronted by Charles Bronfman, from Seagram. The Expos reported to their first ever spring training on 4th February, 1969 at the West Palm Beach, Florida to get ready for their historical debut season.
Their first ever game came against the Mets which they won by a score of 11-10 with Dan McGinn becoming their first player to hit a home run. For the team’s first home game at the Jarry Park, around thirty thousand fans packed the stadium to watch their team take the field against the Cardinals. Just like the team’s first ever game, their debut at home also ended in a victory as well. Year’s, following the first season, were spent by the team to get a foothold in the league full of so many established names. The Expos moved to their new home, the Olympic Stadium in 1977, as soon as the 1976 Olympics were finished. The move to the new stadium turned out to be a good sign as the franchise had their best season yet by amassing ninety five wins during the season.
The 1980 season was even better as the team based on the talents of young stars like Tim Wallach, Steve Rogers and Gary Carter etc went on to win their first division title. That win was expected to be the springboard that would launch the team to another level. They came quite close but never won a title during much of the 80’s. The franchise was sold in 1991 and Felipe Alou was made the manager. Bad luck stuck the side soon afterwards in 1994, when the Expos were on top of the league by miles but the infamous MLB strike forced the cancellation of the season so no trophies and titles were handed out.
As part of the MLB’s plans to contract the league by two sides, the Expos were purchased by the MLB themselves because their owner at the time Jeffrey Loria had bought the Florida Marlins. A new venue was required for the Expos and after playing games at different venues for two years the MBL officially shifted the side to Washington in 2004 thus the Washington Nationals were formed. The move to the capital was welcomed by baseball fans because there wasn’t even a single baseball team that represented them. Washington has had teams in the past but they had all moved on to other places leaving the city without a baseball side for thirty three years. The Washington Nationals played their home games at the RFK Memorial Stadium for the first three years but later moved to their spectacular current home, the Nationals Park in 2008.
The Washington Nationals have now taken a different route to take the franchise to the top as is evident from last season when they finished third. They have decided to ditch short term measures in favor of long term planning and taking one step at a time. The team has started to peak once more and the fans know that. It is these very supporters who will now have to step up to the plate as well and what better way to do that than buying Washington Nationals tickets to go and support the team at every game they play.
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