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Washington Nationals: Baseball team and Major League Baseball franchise in Washington, D.C.
The Washington Nationals are an American professional baseball team based in Washington, D.C. The Nationals compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the National League (NL) East division. From 2005 to 2007, the team played in RFK Stadium while their permanent stadium was being built. In 2008, they moved in to Nationals Park, located on South Capitol Street in the Southeast quadrant of D.C., near the Anacostia River.

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Nationals pitcher joins "The Takeout" to discuss charity work

This week on "The Takeout," Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle and his wife, Eireann Dolan, discuss their interest in social causes, advocating for LGBT rights, syrian refugees and veterans. Watch a..
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Nationals' Victor Robles makes acrobatic catch before 288-foot assist for double play

Washington Nationals center fielder Victor Robles made one of the throws of the year following an acrobatic catch at the warning track.
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Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg to undergo season-ending surgery for carpal tunnel

Washington Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg signed a seven-year, $245 million contract over the offseason.
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Yankees, Nationals players all kneel before national anthem in MLB opener

Players clutched a black cloth that winded from the Nationals' first base line around to the Yankees on the third-base line.
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Nationals star Juan Soto tests positive for COVID-19, will miss opener vs. Yankees

Juan Soto hit 34 home runs with 110 RBI as a 20-year-old in 2019.
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Nationals, Astros cancel workouts as COVID-19 testing failures affect at least four MLB teams

MLB's problems with COVID-19 testing evolved into a crisis Monday when the Nationals became at least the third team to cancel or postpone a workout.
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Sean Doolittle says Washington Nationals players will cover pay cuts for organization's minor leaguers

Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle announced Sunday that he and his teammates will cover pay cuts for minor-league players.
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'No justification to accept a 2nd pay cut': Washington Nationals' Max Scherzer speaks out against MLB proposal

Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer issued a statement on Twitter calling Major League Baseball's proposal for more salary reductions a non-starter.
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Washington Nationals unveil 2019 World Series rings, which feature 170 diamonds, Baby Shark

Nationals reveal 2019 World Series championship rings, which include a ruby-encrusted W on the front and an etched Baby Shark inside.
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Washington Nationals cancel virtual World Series ring ceremony scheduled for Sunday

The Washington Nationals planned a virtual ring ceremony to celebrate the 2019 World Series, but nixed the idea.
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Bryce Harper opens up on free agency process, says he was 'hurt' by Nationals' contract offer in 2019

During a "Starting 9" podcast, Bryce Harper opened up about the free agency process and said he was 'hurt' by Nationals' contract offer in 2019.
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Nationals Address Astros Cheating

Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg talks about the Astros' cheating scandal overshadowing his team's World Series victory over Houston. (Feb. 14)  
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Australian deputy PM survives leadership challenge

Australian Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack on Tuesday survived a leadership challenge during a party room vote of the Nationals – the junior partner in Australia's coalition government.
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Trump vs. Tehran: Iraqis stuck in the middle in battle for Middle East influence

Iraq has been at the center of an intensifying tug of war between Tehran and Washington.
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Stephen Strasburg has agreed to seven-year, $245M deal to stay with Washington Nationals

Fresh off winning the World Series, the Washington Nationals have locked down Stephen Strasburg with a seven-year, $245 million contract.
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U.S. wrong to push Turkey to drop Russian defenses: Erdogan

Turkey's president Tayyip Erdogan said Washington was not right to propose that Ankara get rid of the Russian S-400 missile defenses it purchased, calling it an infringement of sovereign rights,..
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Nationals' World Series win unites D.C.

The Washington Nationals are celebrating their World Series win. The team's road to victory was something that all of Washington. D.C. could unite around. Bob Schieffer explains.
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Thousands of fans turn for Nationals' World Series parade

Thousands turned out to cheer the Washington Nationals in D.C on Saturday after their first-ever World Series win. The Nationals have also accepted an invitation to visit the White House on Monday.
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Nationals GM Mike Rizzo on White House visit: 'We weren't trying to make a political statement'

The team's visit to the White House was met with criticism, particularly catcher Kurt Suzuki's decision to wear a MAGA hat on stage.
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Outfielder on how Baby Shark became the Nationals' anthem

The MLB free agent says he "for sure" wants to stay with the team
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Nationals player wears pro-Trump hat, gets hug

President Trump hugged Kurt Suzuki after the Washington Nationals catcher put on a "Make America Great Again" hat at the White House on Monday. (Nov. 5)  
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11/4/19: Red and Blue

House releases closed door testimony transcripts; Pres. Trump honoring Washington Nationals at WH
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Trump Embraces Washington’s Champions, Figuratively and Literally

After being booed at the ballpark, the president let bygones be bygones at a White House ceremony for the World Series champion Nationals. But some players stayed away.
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Trump wins political support from key Nats players in White House fete

Popular players on the Washington Nationals baseball team praised Donald Trump at Monday's White House celebration of their World Series championship, days after the polarizing U.S. president drew boos..
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Trump welcomes Nationals to White House after World Series win

President Trump welcomed the World Series champion Washington Nationals to the White House and praised them for having executed "a comeback story for the ages." He also took a moment to explain the..
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Nats celebrate World Series title at White House

President Donald Trump welcomed the Washington Nationals, World Series champions to the White House with a ceremony on the South Lawn. (Nov. 4)  
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World Series champion Nationals visit Trump's White House

Check out the best photos from the team's visit to the White House.
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Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki wears MAGA hat to White House celebration

Trump called Suzuki to the podium and the MLB veteran put on the red cap that the president and his supporters have made famous.
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Trumps hosts World Series champions Washington Nationals

Like previous White House events with sports teams during Mr. Trump's presidency, the traditional ceremony is expected to be clouded by the absence of some team players
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Impeachment inquiry continues, Nationals to visit White House: 5 things you need to know Monday

Four White House officials scheduled to testify, vineyard owner reports to prison in college admissions scandal and more things to know Monday.
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Washington welcomes the Nationals home as World Series champs

Following a valiant victory against the Houston Astros, Washingtonians from all walks of life put politics aside this weekend to celebrate their hometown heroes and World Series champions: the..
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Full transcript of "Face the Nation" on November 3, 2019

On this "Face the Nation" broadcast, Reps. Kevin McCarthy, Steny Hoyer and Jackie Speier talks impeachment. CBS News' Ed O'Keefe breaks down the latest out of the 2020 race in Iowa. We celebrate the..
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Stephen Strasburg opts out of contract with Nationals. What now?

The World Series MVP is opting out of the four years remaining on his old contract, becoming one of the top free agents in baseball this winter.
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Nationals’ Parade Draws Thousands as D.C. Celebrates Its Latest Champions

After a seven-game World Series in which both teams lost all their home games, the parade was the first opportunity for many fans to revel in the Nationals’ victory with the team.
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Washington Nationals' World Series parade in D.C.: Follow along for updates and highlights

On Saturday, the Washington Nationals celebrated their 2019 World Series title with a parade through the streets of downtown Washington, D.C.
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Trump to Host the Nationals, Putting Aside Fans’ Boos

A week after he was greeted by “lock him up” chants at Nationals Park, President Trump will host the World Series champions at the White House. But at least one star will stay away.
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Washington Nationals closer Sean Doolittle declines White House invite: 'I just can't go'

Washington Nationals closer Sean Doolittle told the Washington Post "I just can't go" and will not be attending the White House on Monday.
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Daylight saving time, World Series parade, National Sandwich Day: 5 things to know this weekend

Daylight saving time ends, the Washington Nationals celebrate their World Series in front of their fans and more things to get your weekend started.
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Washington Nationals fans get political in Best of Late Night

Even a sports victory in Washington D.C., can't steer clear of partisanship. See what happened from the late-night comics.
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No hard feelings, Nationals fans: Trump to host winning World Series team at White House

Donald Trump will host the World Series winning Nationals at the White House Monday, despite the cold reception he received from fans during Game 5.
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Trump to host Washington Nationals at White House

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A way-too-early look at the favorites to win the 2020 World Series

With the 2019 World Series in the books and the Nationals champions, it's time to look forward to 2020. Which teams are favorites to win it all?
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Washington Nationals unite D.C. with World Series win

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Washington Nationals bring a title back to D.C.

For the first time in 95 years, the city of Washington, D.C. is celebrating a World Series victory. David Samson, a CBS Sports MLB analyst and former president of the Miami Marlins, spoke to CBSN's..
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The Nationals won the World Series, and now there are only six MLB teams without one

The Nationals won their franchise's first World Series on Wednesday, and now there are only six left. Here is a look at those yearning for a title.
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Washington, DC fans celebrate World Series win

Fans celebrated in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night as the Washington Nationals defated the Houston Astros, 6-2 in Houston to win the 7th game of the 2019 World Series. The win gives the Nationals..
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How Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg developed into MVP of World Series

Stephen Strasburg has come a long way since being taken No. 1 by the Nationals in 2009 -- and not just on the mound. We got a glimpse in Series.
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After boos in Game 5, President Donald Trump tweets about Nationals' World Series victory

President Donald Trump has held off congratulating some championship-winning sports teams but was quick to congratulate the Washington Nationals.
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