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Featuring one of the game’s best pitching duos in back-to-back Cy Young winner Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg, along with former National League MVP Bryce Harper – who is in the final year of his contract – the Washington Nationals will be looking to three-peat as NL East champions in 2018.

Washington will open their home slate against the New York Mets (April 5, 7-8), followed by the Atlanta Braves (April 9-11) and Colorado Rockies (April 12-15). After a West Coast road trip, they’ll return home to face the Arizona Diamondbacks (April 27-29), Pittsburgh Pirates (April 30-May 3) and Philadelphia Phillies (May 4-6). The Nationals will host the New York Yankees on May 15-16 as they face a former division foe in Giancarlo Stanton with his new team. This series will combine top-notch pitching with star laden lineups. Nationals vs Yankees tickets are starting at $48. They will also host the Tampa Bay Rays (June 5-6), Baltimore Orioles (June 19-21) and Boston Red Sox (July 2-4) on their interleague schedule.

TicketCity's Nationals Park Seating Recommendation

Nationals Park presents some of the higher prices in MLB, so the view from center to right field is a great place to look if you’re on a budget. Section 142 will give you more of a center fielder view of the field, while section 139 gets you closer to the foul pole and sits right above the Nationals bullpen.

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Washington Nationals Baseball at Nationals Park

Address: 1500 South Capitol St SE, Washington, DC 20003

The Nationals play their home games at Nationals Park, located in Washington, D.C. When filled to capacity, Nationals Park holds more than 41,000 screaming fans. Situated right in our nation’s capital, Nationals Park is an aesthetically beautiful sight. While at the game get geared up for the President’s race, where George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft race around the outfield for the glory of the fans. The Washington Nationals dugout is on the Nationals Park first base line in front of sections 127-131. Nationals Park parking information is covered in our Nationals event guide.

Washington Nationals Rivals

Nationals vs. Orioles

When the Expos moved to Washington in 2005 to become the Nationals, the new club was in need of some new rivals. They found one immediately in the Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles resisted the move to Washington due to the proximity of the two cities, and this tension carried over to the field in 2006 when the clubs began an annual inter-league series. The rivalry has become known as the Beltway Series and is one of the better inter-league matchups on the East Coast.

Nationals vs. Braves

The Nationals-Braves rivalry dates back to 1994 when the Braves joined the NL East (the Nationals were still the Expos at that time). But the current iteration of the rivalry has really gained steam over the last half decade. The Nationals have built one of the best clubs in baseball, in a division that the Braves have dominated for the last 20 years. Recently these two clubs have risen above the rest of the division, and promise to provide some of the most intense divisional games in the National League.

Nationals vs. Marlins

Despite being one of the founding members of the NL East as the Expos, the Nationals became the new kids on the block in the division when they moved to D.C., a title previously held by the Marlins who joined in 1993. The Nationals and Marlins both struggled through the middle of the 2000’s, which led to many competitive games between these clubs. The Nationals have since become an elite team in the NL. However, once the Marlins young talent starts producing, look for this series to gain momentum.

Washington Nationals in the World Series, National League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs

The Washington Nationals became a franchise after the Montreal Expos relocated to the nation’s capital in 2005. The Nationals won their first division title in 2012, but they are still searching for their first NL pennant and World Series title. The Nationals will only continue to build off the recent success they have had in the upcoming seasons.

Washington Nationals Event Guide

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What time do the gates open prior to a Nationals game?

The centerfield gate opens 2 and a half hours before the first pitch at all home games. All other gates open 90 minutes before the start of the game.

Where are good places to eat before a Nationals game?

Located in Southwest Washington, Nationals Park is close to many of D.C.’s best dining options. If you are looking to spend pre-game at a sports bar try Board Room, Grand Slam Sports Bar, or Redline. For a quick bite to eat before the game, try one of the many great food trucks in the area. Carnivore BBQ, Far East Taco Grille, and Pho Junkies are three of the best. If you are looking for a fine dining experience with a unique atmosphere, try Seasonal Pantry. Barbeque fans should try the Caribbean style barbeque at Jammin Island BBQ. You will not be disappointed. Other great places in the area are Maine Avenue Fish Market, Stachowski Market & Deli, and Carving Room.

Where is the best place to park at Nationals Park?

Parking at Nationals Park is a little bit cramped. The most convenient parking options are on the South side of N Street at Lots B, C, and F. These parking spots are usually between $42-$45. A little farther away are Lots H, K, L, and P, which are located west of Half Street on the north side of M Street. A third parking area is also located north of M Street on the east side of 2nd Street. If you are not afraid of a little walk try Lot W which is located at the intersection of M and 7th.

Does my child need a ticket to attend a Nationals game?

Children under the age of 2 years old do not require a ticket to enter Nationals Park. It is recommended that you bring proof of your child’s age with you to the gate to ensure they are allowed to enter the stadium.