5 standout moments at Nationals Park

Nationals Park opened just over 10 years ago on March 30, 2008, in Southeast Washington, D.C. Since then, it has been the home to historical no-hitters, dramatic walk-off homers and franchise-changing postseason wins, just to name a few feats. Take a look at five memorable moments that have taken place

Nationals Park opened just over 10 years ago on March 30, 2008, in Southeast Washington, D.C. Since then, it has been the home to historical no-hitters, dramatic walk-off homers and franchise-changing postseason wins, just to name a few feats. Take a look at five memorable moments that have taken place at Nats Park.

1. Nationals clinch first World Series berth
Oct. 15, 2019

One of the more interesting notes from the 2019 World Series between the Nationals and Astros is the road team won each of the seven games, culminating in Washington capturing it all in Houston. Looking back at memorable moments from the Nats’ title run, their Game 4 victory over the Cardinals in the National League Championship Series stamped their first ticket to the big stage. An electric home crowd watched as Washington scored all seven of its runs in the first inning alone and swept St. Louis in commanding fashion.

“Often, bumpy roads lead to beautiful places,” manager Dave Martinez said. “And this is a beautiful place.”

2. Ryan Zimmerman’s walk-off home run in Nats Park opener
March 30, 2008

What better way to open a ballpark…

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