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After a disappointing playoff exit in 2016, the Washington Nationals are hoping 2017 is their year to win the World Series. With a stacked roster that included former NL MVP Bryce Haper, the Nationals are one of the teams to fear in the NL. Check out Nationals Park for a game and get the cheapest Washington Nationals tickets on Rukkus before they’re gone!

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What makes Nationals Park special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Nationals Park is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. Nationals Park employs a submarine dive horn that is blasted throughout the park after every Nationals home run and win, paying homage to the park’s location in Navy Yard. As well, seats in the upper deck of Nationals Park give fans a view of the U.S. Capitol, while the upper deck seats located along the right field foul line near the foul pole during day games are able to get a view of the Washington Monument, as well as the National Cathedral.

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When do Washington Nationals tickets go on sale?

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2016 Nationals Outlook

The Washington Nationals narrowly missed the postseason last year but are looking to win it all in 2016. The Nationals have last years MVP Bryce Harper on their team and have elite starting pitchers like Stephen Strasburg and Max Scherzer. The Nats also acquired Daniel Murphy in the offseason which will add a great offensive element in 2016 as the Nationals try to bring home a World Series title.

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A Washington Nationals game at Nationals Park is a must-see live event for any sports fan. The home crowd of passionate baseball fans is energetic throughout the ups and downs of the game. Players on the field give their full effort and provide the fans with plenty to cheer about. Get your tickets to Nationals Park and experience the thrill of live MLB action!



The Nationals are an up-and-coming team that is full of talented, diverse baseball players. Whether it’s their power at the plate or their amazing defensive abilities, this Nationals team is sure to “wow” you with their immense skill. The amazing pitching staff always has this team in contention with their knack for getting the outs when it matters most. Join the thousands of fans in scarlet red rooting for their Nationals. Buy your tickets today!

Attending a Nationals game, you will see tremendous baseball and experience an electric atmosphere in the stadium. The “Nats” have won the hearts of the people of Washington D.C., and they create an incredible buzz around the team and its players. The team colors and unmistakable “W” logo can be seen all throughout the city on game days. The festive atmosphere surrounding this Nationals team is something you don’t want to miss!

You will have an unforgettable experience at a Washington Nationals game. The action on the field is fast-paced and thrilling. The atmosphere in the crowd is electric and exhilarating. Win, lose or draw, the “Nats” play competitive baseball and will have you on the edge of your seat. Get your Washington Nationals tickets now!

Nationals Franchise History

On Sept. 30, 1971, the second edition of the Washington Senators finished off a brief 11-year in D.C. with a game against the New York Yankees – one that had to be forfeited as overzealous fans stormed the RFK Stadium field prematurely.

Little did anyone expect that this would be the last time a Washington D.C.-based major league team would play for 33 seasons. The long wait for the national pastime in the nation’s capital ended when the Washington Nationals arrived prior to the 2005 campaign.

But with every relocation, there are fans joyous by their new arrival and fans saddened by a departure. The latter applied to those in Montreal.

With low attendance and low funds, the Expos were in need of a change. A new stadium was not to be, so the move was a necessity – no matter how crushing it may have been those fans in Canda.

What the Expos left behind was a legacy of successful players and teams – along with plenty of near-misses and might-have-beens.

The birth of this expansion franchise – and the first north of the border – came in 1969. In fact, the Expos (named after the World Fair from two years earlier) beat the eventual champion New York Mets in their first game ever. There wouldn’t be many more victories afterwards that year, which ended with a 52-110 mark.

The Expos played their home games in Jarry Park – and the main attraction there in the early seasons was Rusty Staub. “Le Grand Orange,” as he was nicknamed (due to his red hair), is arguably the most popular player in team history.

More stars would come through the pipeline and begin to make Montreal a contender: Gary Carter, Andre Dawson, and Tim Raines.

A new facility for the club also arrived in 1977. Olympic Stadium hosted the Expos for the remainder of their run in Montreal, and its track on the outer edge of the playing surface was one reason why it wasn’t contusive to playing baseball.

Nevertheless, the Expos and manager Dick Williams notched their first winning season in 1979 – embroiled in a pennant race with the Pittsburgh Pirates for the NL East title. Montreal held a half-game lead as late as Sept. 25, but lost two straight critical games with the Pirates. In the end, it was Pittsburgh prevailing (and winning the World Series) and the Expos had to settle for second place.

The next year was much the same – only it would be the Philadelphia Phillies that would break Expo hearts. Mike Schmidt’s home run at Olympic Stadium on the next-to-last day of the regular season clinched the division.

It appeared to be coming together for Montreal in 1981. The Expos held a two-games-to-one lead on the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series. Then, after failing to clinch a World Series berth at home in Game 4, they were done in by Rick Monday’s ninth inning blast in the deciding Game 5.

That would be Montreal’s last playoff appearance.

After dipping to around the .500 level for the remainder of the decade, the Expos were revived again in 1992 – finishing in second place. Another runner-up finish in 1993 raised expectation for ’94. And those expectations would be more than just met – they would be exceeded to a tremendous degree. The Expos had become the best team in baseball. Larry Walker, Marquis Grissom, Moises Alou, Ken Hill and a young Pedro Martinez were instrumental in their stranglehold on first place.

The opponent that stopped the Expos this time wasn’t the Pirates, Phillies or Dodgers – it was greed. A players’ strike would end the season and leave Montreal’s record at 74-40.

It would only get worse. Poor attendance and poorer funding weren’t helped by the superstar efforts of Vladimir Guerrero. And when 2002 arrived, the team was under ownership of Major League Baseball. Now, the Montreal Expos were on borrowed time.

The sand in that hourglass reached the bottom in 2004, when it was announced the the franchise would relocate to Washington D.C. The final Expos game ironically came against the New York Mets, the same team they faced in their first contest.

What was a sad moment for Montreal was a joyous occasion for capital of the United States. A city without baseball for more than three decades and had seen many chances for a new franchise in that span go up in smoke finally got to experience the real thing once again.

However, a prevalent question surrounded the move: could a transient and politically-based place such as D.C. sustain a MLB club?

In the decade since the transition, the answer is a resounding “yes.”

The first season of the Washington Nationals did much to ingratiate the spectators that entered RFK Stadium. They were amazingly in first place at the All-Star break, and finished 2005 with a .500 record. Such success wouldn’t reappear for another seven year. Instead, the theme surrounding the Nats was hope.

Such events which garnered such optimism for a bright future included the rise of Ryan Zimmerman, the opening of Nationals Park in 2008 (christened by Zimmerman’s walk-off homer), as well as the debuts of No. 1 draft picks Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper.

By 2012, that hope was proven to be well-founded. Under veteran manager Davey Johnson and general manager Mike Rizzo, the Nationals cruised to the National League East title with 98 victories. A Division Series clash with the St. Louis Cardinals was next.

The two teams split at Busch Stadium. The Cards easily won Game 3 at Nationals Park and were in position to take the series in four. But a 1-1 tie was broken in the bottom of the ninth. After fouling off several pitches, Jayson Werth drilled a home run over the left field fence – setting off the greatest celebration in the Nats’ brief history.

That unbelievable high was met with an equally devastating low one night later in the deciding Game 5. Washington took what appeared to be a commanding 6-0 advantage. It wouldn’t hold.

A 7-5 lead in the top of the ninth was left in the hands and arm of young Drew Storen. The Nats’ closer allowed a lead-off double, but then got two straight outs. The Cards kept the door ajar with two consecutive walks. Daniel Descalso followed with a clutch two-run single that tied it at seven. Then, Pete Kozma came up with a hit that drove in two more. The Nats’ meagerly went down in order in the bottom half, giving St. Louis a 9-7 victory.

There would be no redemption the next year, Davey Johnson’s final one, as Washington was an unsatisfactory second place. Rookie manager Matt Williams brought them back to the postseason in 2014, only to see another underwhelming performance in the NLDS. The San Francisco Giants took the first two in D.C. – including an 18-inning affair that was the longest in playoff history – and wrapped up the series in Game 4.

These disappointments should only be added motivation for a team loaded with talent in all phases. Behind Harper, Jordan Zimermann, Max Scherzer and Anthony Rendon, the Nationals remain one of the biggest draws in all of MLB – and a title contender for years to come.

Washington Nationals Lineup

  • Aaron Barrett
  • Jerry Blevins
  • Xavier Cedeno
  • Tyler Clippard
  • Erik Davis DL60
  • Ross Detwiler
  • Doug Fister
  • Gio Gonzalez
  • Taylor Hill
  • Taylor Jordan DL60
  • Ryan Mattheus
  • Ross Ohlendorf DL60
  • Matt Purke DL60
  • Felipe Rivero
  • Tanner Roark
  • Sammy Solis
  • Rafael Soriano
  • Craig Stammen
  • Drew Storen
  • Stephen Strasburg
  • Matt Thornton
  • Blake Treinen
  • Jordan Zimmermann
  • Sandy Leon
  • Jose Lobaton
  • Wilson Ramos
  • Jhonatan Solano
  • Asdrubal Cabrera
  • Ian Desmond
  • Danny Espinosa
  • Pedro Florimon
  • Jeff Kobernus
  • Adam LaRoche
  • Tyler Moore
  • Anthony Rendon
  • Kevin Frandsen
  • Scott Hairston
  • Bryce Harper
  • Nate McLouth DL60
  • Nate Schierholtz
  • Steven Souza
  • Denard Span
  • Michael Taylor
  • Jayson Werth
  • Ryan Zimmerman

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Washington Nationals Ticket Prices

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High: $1,571.00

Cheap Washington Nationals Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Washington Nationals at St. Louis Cardinals — 09/02/2015
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$1.00 Washington Nationals at Los Angeles Dodgers — 06/21/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Washington Nationals at New York Mets — 05/03/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$2.00 Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves — 04/29/2015
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Washington Nationals at New York Mets — 05/02/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$2.00 Philadelphia Phillies at Washington Nationals — 09/08/2016
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$2.00 Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves — 08/19/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves — 04/27/2015
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 Washington Nationals at New York Mets — 05/01/2015
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$2.00 San Diego Padres at Washington Nationals — 08/26/2015
Nationals Park; Washington, DC

Best and Most Expensive Washington Nationals Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,571.00World Series: TBD at Washington Nationals — 11/01/2017
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$1,324.00World Series: TBD at Washington Nationals — 10/31/2017
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$1,030.00NLDS: TBD at Washington Nationals - Home Game 2 (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/10/2015
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$927.00World Series: TBD at Washington Nationals — 10/25/2017
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$804.00World Series: TBD at Washington Nationals — 10/24/2017
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$652.00World Series: TBD at Washington Nationals - Game 5 (If Necessary) — 10/26/2014
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$650.00World Series: TBD at Washington Nationals - Game 3 (If Necessary) — 10/24/2014
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$619.00World Series: TBD at Washington Nationals - Game 4 (If Necessary) — 10/25/2014
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
$548.00Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves — 04/04/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$305.00New York Yankees at Washington Nationals — 05/16/2018
Nationals Park; Washington, DC
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