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The Washington Nationals are a professional baseball team based in Washington, D.C. that competes in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member of the National League (NL) East division. The team was founded in 1969 as the Montreal Expos and moved to Washington, D.C. in 2005, becoming the Nationals. The Nationals play their home games at Nationals Park, located in the Navy Yard neighborhood of the Southeast quadrant of D.C. The team has won one World Series and one NL pennant, both in 2019. The Nationals have had a long and storied baseball history, with the first Nationals team being comprised of federal workers who played in front of the White House in 1859. Despite a difficult start to the 2019 season, the Nationals went on an astonishing World Series run, winning their first World Series title in team history.

Nationals Park, which opened in 2008, is known for its picturesque views of the Capitol Building and the Anacostia River. The stadium's unique features include the Presidents Race, a popular in-game entertainment where giant mascots of former U.S. Presidents race around the field.

The Nationals have a relatively short history compared to some other MLB teams, having been established in 2005 when the Montreal Expos relocated to Washington, D.C. Despite their brief tenure, the Nationals have been successful on the field, winning the World Series championship in 2019.

One of the Nationals' most significant rivalries is with the nearby Baltimore Orioles, known as the "Battle of the Beltways." The rivalry between the Nationals and Orioles intensified when the Nationals moved to Washington, D.C., in 2005, sparking competitive matchups and a shared desire to establish dominance in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Another notable rivalry for the Nationals is with the New York Mets, their divisional rivals in the National League East. The rivalry between the Nationals and Mets is characterized by close and intense matchups that often have playoff implications.

The Nationals have been home to some of the most famous players in baseball history. Bryce Harper is perhaps the most iconic Nationals player of all time. Harper, known for his power hitting and fiery demeanor, won the National League MVP award in 2015 and was a key member of the Nationals' championship team in 2019.

Other notable Nationals players include Max Scherzer, a dominant pitcher known for his intense competitiveness and three Cy Young Awards, and Stephen Strasburg, a former number one overall draft pick and World Series MVP who played a crucial role in the Nationals' championship run in 2019.

In recent years, the Nationals have featured standout players like Juan Soto, a young outfielder known for his exceptional hitting ability and plate discipline, and Trea Turner, a dynamic shortstop known for his speed on the basepaths and defensive skills.

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