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Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals are back in the playoffs! Show your Natitude, and head out to Nationals Park this October! Check out the Nationals' playoff schedule, and get your Nationals playoff tickets today!

EventDate & Location 
Spring Training: Washington Nationals vs.
New York Mets
Thursday, March 5, 2015 at [time TBA]

Space Coast Stadium
Melbourne, Florida

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Spring Training: Atlanta Braves vs.
Washington Nationals
Friday, March 6, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Champion Stadium
Kissimmee, Florida

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Spring Training: Washington Nationals vs.
St. Louis Cardinals
Saturday, March 7, 2015 at [time TBA]

Space Coast Stadium
Melbourne, Florida

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Spring Training: New York Yankees vs.
Washington Nationals
Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 1:05 PM

George M. Steinbrenner Field
Tampa, Florida

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Spring Training: Washington Nationals vs.
Atlanta Braves
Monday, March 9, 2015 at [time TBA]

Space Coast Stadium
Melbourne, Florida

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Spring Training: Miami Marlins vs.
Washington Nationals
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 1:05 PM

Roger Dean Stadium
Jupiter, Florida

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Spring Training: Washington Nationals vs.
Detroit Tigers
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at [time TBA]

Space Coast Stadium
Melbourne, Florida

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Spring Training: New York Mets vs.
Washington Nationals
Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 1:10 PM

Tradition Field (Formerly Digital Domain Park & Thomas J. White Stadium)
Port Saint Lucie, Florida

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Spring Training: Washington Nationals vs.
Houston Astros
Friday, March 13, 2015 at [time TBA]

Space Coast Stadium
Melbourne, Florida

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Spring Training: Washington Nationals vs.
Miami Marlins
Saturday, March 14, 2015 at [time TBA]

Space Coast Stadium
Melbourne, Florida

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2014 Nationals Outlook

After winning a league-high 98 games in 2012, the Nationals failed to make the playoffs in 2013, winning just 86 games, and finishing a distant second in the National League East. Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo made changes to the club during the offseason, including hiring Matt Williams, formerly the Arizona Diamondbacks' third base coach, to replace Davey Johnson as Washington's manager. In 2013, over two-and-a-half million fans went to Nationals Park to catch one of Washington's 81 home games. If the Nationals keep phenoms Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg on the field and off the disabled list, they should be among the league's best once again -- which means even more fans will get out to Nationals Park this summer.

Washington Nationals

In addition to a new manager, the Nationals welcome starting pitcher Doug Fister to the nation's capital. Fister was acquired in a trade with the Detroit Tigers, and replaces Dan Haren. Fister went 14-9 for the Tigers last season, boasting a 3.67 ERA in the hitter-friendly American League. In each of the last three seasons, Fister has been worth at least 3.5 WAR (Wins Above Replacement), and posted a WAR of 4.6 in 2013. Now in the National League, it stands to reason that Fister will have one of the best seasons of his career in 2014. Fister joins a rotation led by Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez and Jordan Zimmermann, forming one of the most formidable rotations in the league. No matter when you head to Nationals Park, you're going to have an opportunity to see one of the best pitchers in the league toe the rubber.

Offensively, the Nationals are poised to be among the league leaders in runs. Bryce Harper should continue to improve as he enters his third season in the big leagues. Last season, Harper hit .274/.368/.486 in 497 plate appearances. Dan Szymborski's ZiPS projections project Harper to hit .279/.363/.523 in 2014. Harper is joined by veterans Jayson Werth, Ryan Zimmerman, Adam LaRoche, Ian Desmond and Denard Span. Former top prospect Anthony Rendon projects to be the club's regular second baseman in 2014. Wilson Ramos will serve as Washington's starting catcher, and is one of the top young backstops in the game today. Without any holes in the lineup, the Nationals will score plenty of runs in 2014, as they attempt to dethrone the Atlanta Braves as kings of the NL East.

Projected Nationals lineup
PlayerPOS.
Wilson RamosC
Adam LaRoche1B
Anthony Rendon2B
Ryan Zimmerman3B
Ian DesmondSS
Bryce HarperLF
Denard SpanCF
Jayson WerthRF
Projected Nationals rotation
Player
Stephen Strasburg
Gio Gonzalez
Jordan Zimmermann
Doug Fister
Ross Detwiler
Projected Nationals bullpen
Player
Rafael Soriano
Tyler Clippard
Drew Storen
Craig Stammen
Jerry Blevins
Christian Garcia

2014 Nationals Schedule

The National League East is known for its heated rivalries, and the Nationals find themselves in the thick of the animosity. Washington signed Jayson Werth away from the Philadelphia Phillies prior to the 2011 season, which fueled the rivalry between the Phillies and Nats. Each of the last two seasons, the Atlanta Braves and Nationals have alternated capturing division crowns -- and that trend could continue in 2014. Though the New York Mets lost Matt Harvey for the season, any time a New York team is involved constitutes a rivalry. Even the Miami Marlins boast exciting young talent, and fans should look forward to seeing Stephen Strasburg face off against Giancarlo Stanton.

2014 Nationals Interleague Schedule

This year, the Washington Nationals will face off against the AL West in interleague play. The Nationals will host Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels April 21, April 22 and April 23, in a series that will show off two of baseball's best young stars in Trout and Bryce Harper. Washington will play host to the Texas Rangers May 30, May 31 and June 1, in what could be a World Series preview. The Nationals will head to Houston to take on the Astros April 29 and April 30, before hosting the former National League club June 17 and June 18. Washington will take rare west coast trips to Oakland (May 9, May 10, May 11), to take on the defending AL West champion A's, and Seattle (August 29, August 30, August 31) to take on the new-look Mariners, led by Felix Hernandez and Robinson Cano.

About Nationals Park

Nationals Park opened in 2008, replacing the outdated RFK Stadium as the Nationals' home park. Since then, Nationals Park has only hosted three playoff games, all in 2012, but hosts one of the most exciting teams in baseball. In addition to hosting Nats baseball, Nationals Park has hosted Paul McCartney, and will host both Jason Aldean and One Direction in 2014. Further, Pope Benedict XVI celebrated Mass at Nationals Park in April 2008. Nationals Park has a capacity of 41,418, but with standing room only tickets, can exceed over 45,000. One of baseball's newest facilities, Nationals Park is one of the best stadiums to catch a game -- so be sure to buy your tickets and check it out!

Nationals Franchise Facts

  • Established: 1969
  • World Series Titles: None
  • League Pennants: None
  • Formerly Known As: Montreal Expos
  • Fun Fact: The Nationals' mascot is a 6'2" eagle chick named "Screech."
  • Official Nationals Site

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