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Why Nationals Manager Dave Martinez never panicked
10/17/2019 3:00am

In May, Dave Martinezs job as Nationals manager was in doubt. In October, he has Washington in the World Series.

How the Nationals celebrated Washington’s first World Series berth in 86 years
10/16/2019 5:55am

The Nationals partied hard from the postgame podium to the clubhouse to the private room at the late-night restaurant.

The last time Washington’s baseball team advanced to the World Series
10/16/2019 6:00am

Washington fans can finally stop waiting: The Nationals are headed to the World Series. Heres how the Fall Classic played out 86 years ago.

Joy in Mudville: How the Nats won D.C.’s heart — and what that tells America about Washington
10/16/2019 2:54am

As the Washington Nationals head to the World Series, the historic moment fuses the D.C. region.


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Errol Spence Jr. Released From Hospital, Charged With DWI
10/17/2019 3:57am

Champion boxer Errol Spence Jr. has been released from the hospital and is now facing a DWI charge, Dallas police say.Spence, 29, was driving a Ferrari at a high rate of speed along South Riverfront Boulevard when he lost control of the vehicle and crashed shortly before 3 a.m. on Oct. 10, police said. The Ferrari veered left over the median and onto the southbound lanes, which sent the vehicle flipping multiple times, police said. Would-Be Robber Arrested After Falling Through Store Ceiling Spence, the IBF and WBC welterweight champion, was not wearing a seat belt, according to police.He was taken by paramedics to Methodist Dallas Medical Center with injuries that were considered serious, but not life-threatening, police said.Dallas police said they would not get an official speed of how fast Spence was driving at the time of the crash, since it was a single vehicle collision and there were no other criminal charges.Last month, the former U.S. Olympian added the WBC welterweight title to his IBF strap with a thrilling split-decision victory over Shawn Porter in Los Angeles.With his rangy athleticism and virtuosic skill, Spence, who is 26-0 with 21 knockouts, has captured fans with a series of crisp victories in recent years. He won the IBF title in 2017 by stopping Kell Brook in England, and he defended it three times, culminating in a one-sided thrashing of undersized Mikey Garcia in March.Photo Credit: Knockout/NBC 5/Getty Images

'It's a Dream': Charlie Brotman Hopeful Nats Make History
10/16/2019 10:49pm

Legendary announcer Charlie Brotman was a little boy when the Washington Senators made it to the World Series in 1933. He later became the Senators stadium announcer and the presidential inaugural parade announcer. News4s Chris Gordon spoke to Brotman about the Nats quest for the ultimate prize.

World Series Bound: What's Next for the Nationals
10/17/2019 11:52am

The Nationals are going to the World Series.Its the first time the franchise has ever gone onto the Fall Classic and the first time D.C. will host since the 1930s. News4 Helps Nats Fan Find Lost Ticket Ahead of Playoff Game Heres everything you need to know about a Natitude-filled October.Who Will the Nats PlayThe Nationals will face the winner of the American League Championship Series. Currently, the Houston Astros and the New York Yankees are three games into the series of seven.Houston has won two games to New Yorks one. The teams face off next on Thursday.How Many Home GamesIn the best-of-seven, there could be up to three home games.Games 1 and 2 will definitely be away games because both American League teams won more games in the regular season than the Nats the Astros won 107 games, the Yankees won 103, and the Nationals won 93.The Nationals will come back to Washington for Games 3, 4 and if needed 5 at Nats Park.Games 6 and 7, if needed, will be away games.Whats the World Series scheduleGame 1: Tuesday, Oct. 22 awayGame 2: Wednesday, Oct. 23 awayGame 3: Friday, Oct. 25 homeGame 4: Saturday, Oct. 26 homeGame 5: Sunday, Oct. 27 home if neededGame 6: Tuesday, Oct. 29 away if neededGame 7: Wednesday, Oct. 30 away if neededHow Can I Get Home Game TicketsSeason ticket holders get first dibs on World Series tickets for Nats Park games.Heres the information.Otherwise, there are three main ways to snag a ticket:If you bought NLCS tickets, check your email for a special presale that goes live Friday at 10 a.m. Editors note: The Nationals earlier stated the presale would start earlier but have updated the time.If youre a fan club member, check your email before 5 p.m. Friday for a lottery registration link. That lottery is set to go live Saturday at 1 p.m.A limited number of tickets will be available for those who purchase a 2020 Nats Plus plan.Of course, there are third party sites selling tickets for upwards of $750. Only buy from trusted sources and consider websites that guarantee against fake tickets.Are You Following as the Nats StayInTheFightShare your spirit Tag NBCWashington on Twitter and Instagram or email your pictures to iseenbcwashington.com for a chance to be featured.If youre a Nats mega-fan whos planning on travelling to any World Series away games, News4 wants to hear from you. Email tipsnbcwashington.com.CORRECTION Oct. 16, 1:12 p.m.: An earlier version of this story misstated the number of games to be played in the ALCS.Photo Credit: Getty Images

Nats Fans Go Wild as Team Heads to First-Ever World Series
10/15/2019 11:14pm

Nationals fans swarmed the streets in celebration Tuesday night after the team swept the Cardinals in the NLCS. News4s Shomari Stone, Derrick Ward and Tommy McFly have team coverage.

News4 Helps Nats Fan Find Lost Ticket Ahead of Playoff Game
10/16/2019 5:41pm

The Nats are one game away from the World Series. The game starts in less than two hours. You have a ticket. But its nowhere to be found.A diehard Washington Nationals fans heart sunk when his ticket disappeared Tuesday night before the Nats final NLCS game versus the St. Louis Cardinals. World Series Bound: Whats Next for the Nationals As luck would have it, News4s Shomari Stone found the ticket. Hundreds of retweets and less than a half-hour later, the fan was headed to the game.As Stone was preparing to be on air at Nats Park at 6 p.m., he spotted an envelope near the front gate. There was a ticket to the game inside, for $144, paid for by a man named James. Get Breaking News Alerts With the NBC Washington App Stone asked his more than 143,000 Twitter followers to help.WOW. I just found a great ticket to the Washington Nationals game on the sidewalk, a block from the front gate, Stone wrote. I hope the owner is on Twitter. Im tagging NATS fans in hopes of finding him. His first name is James. James, Im located at the front gate. NLCS STAYINTHEFIGHT. Heres What Comes Next for the Nationals in the NLCS Before long, a man in a Nats vest barrelled down the street looking distressed. It was Rich McAvoy. He said the ticket was a gift from his boss, James Kontzamanys.I was about to pay four hundred dollars whatever it took to get in there, he said.Well, heres your ticket, Stone replied.McAvoy hugged him twice and offered to buy him a beer, which Stone had to decline. He said he was happy to help.If I lost my ticket, I would want someone to help me, he said.CORRECTION 6:36 p.m., Oct. 16, 2019: An earlier version of this article saidKontzamanys got the ticket back from Stone, but it was his employee Rich McAvoy.Photo Credit: NBC Washington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.


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Why do Nats fans sing 'Baby Shark' during the games?
10/16/2019 10:42am

Washington Nationals outfielder Gerardo Parra has been using Baby Shark as his walkout song since June. It was a request from his kids.

Wise: The NBA vs. China forced Adam Silver and a league to finally decide if the cost of being woke was worth going temporarily broke
10/15/2019 12:50pm

One tweet ignited a geopolitical crisis, pitting the worlds most socially conscious league against a business partner that wants to crush democracy in Hong Kong.

Nationals crush Cardinals 8-1 at home in Game 3 of NLCS
10/15/2019 6:28pm

The Nationals are just one win away from advancing to the World Series.

What it was like at the Washington Nationals first ever NLCS game at Nats Park
10/15/2019 6:09pm

Fans at Nats Park share heartwarming stories of lifelong fandom, divided loyalties and father-son bonding moments.

Redskins narrowly win first game of the season against Dolphins, 17-16
10/13/2019 5:49pm

The team beat the 0-5 Miami Dolphins in Tank Bowl Sunday. It was the teams first game under interim coach Bill Callahan.

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