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Several prominent players were not in attendance, though reasons were not given for most of the absences. Sean Doolittle, Anthony Rendon, Javy Guerra, Joe Ross, Wander Suero, Wilmer Difo, Michael A. Taylor, Victor Robles and Roenis Elías were not on the official attendance list, and catchers Raudy Read and Tres Barrera were also not there. …

Thousands of Nationals’ fans lined the streets of Washington, D.C., for a parade celebrating the franchise’s first-ever World Series win, which the team clinched Wednesday in a thrilling Game 7. Most players were to participate in the parade, which is to be followed by a visit to the White House hosted by President Donald Trump …

The parade got underway at 2 p.m. and was to end at Pennsylvania Avenue and Third Street NW, where players and others were to address the crowd and “Baby Shark,” the team’s anthem, was going to be the song of the day. With champagne corks popping and the bubbly stuff being sprayed around, the buses …

So many of you described the bittersweet feeling that comes with celebrating for someone rather than with them — the many fans who inherited their love of Washington baseball from parents and grandparents who are no longer here to relish the moment. Thank you for sharing your stories. Some of the responses have been edited …

The Washington Nationals’ first-ever World Series celebration seems to be getting quite out-of-hand after just one night. After winning a do-or-die Game 7 in Houston to capture the franchise’s first title, the Nats partied through the night and apparently did some damage to the trophy they’d just earned.  Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle shared a photo, …

HOUSTON — For five months, as they dug out of a grim beginning to arrive at what their manager described as beautiful places, the Washington Nationals stuck doggedly to the longview, that greatness was achieved in increments, a commitment to the grind that would eventually provide glorious rewards. Wednesday night, their season down to nine outs, …

Fox Sports Vice President of Field Operations and Engineering Brad Cheney discusses the new technology viewers should expect to see at the World Series. The Washington Nationals claimed the franchise’s first World Series title with a 6-2 victory over the Houston Astros in a seventh and deciding game. Trailing 2-0, Anthony Rendon homered off Zach Greinke and …

Oct 31, 2019 at 12:45 am ET • 1 min read The Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros, 6-2, in a winner-take-all Game 7 to capture their first World Series title in franchise history on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park. For the first time in MLB postseason history, the visiting team won all seven …

That was it. And now they have a shot to win the World Series in Houston on Wednesday night. When it was all added up Tuesday and the Nationals kept stretching fate, they beat the Houston Astros, 7-2, to force a Game 7 at Minute Maid Park. Strasburg allowed just two runs, both in the …

The Washington Nationals congratulate Anthony Rendon after his two-run home run during the seventh inning of Game 6 of the World Series against the Houston Astros on Tuesday. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption toggle caption Matt Slocum/AP The Washington Nationals congratulate Anthony Rendon after his two-run home run during the seventh inning of Game 6 of …