The Washington Nationals playoff history dates back to when the team was known as the Montreal Expos. The Nationals (Expos) first trip to the MLB postseason came in 1981. The 1981 season was cut in half due to a players strike, but the Nationals made the most of the season, winning 30 games, and clinching the NL East. The Nationals won a difficult NLDS against the Phillies and pushed the Dodgers to 6 games in the NLCS, falling just a game short of the World Series. It would be over 30 years before the Nationals returned to the postseason. In 2012, led by a revamped squad including Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg, and Jordan Zimmermann, Washington won 98 games and clinched the NL East Division. The success of the 2012 Washington Nationals playoff team built expectations that the talented core of Nationals players will be able to deliver a National League title in the near future. The team would return to the NLDS in 2014, where they lost to the Giants in a 3-1 series. The Nationals are once again looking to clinch the NL East in 2016 and to hopefully win their first World Series. Washington National playoff games at National Park are some of the most energy filled games of the season and demand for Nationals playoff tickets is often extremely high. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Washington Nationals playoff tickets.
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The Washington Nationals are looking for their first World Series title in 2016. For the Nationals to get there, they will have to clinch a 2016 playoff berth and advance through what is always a difficult National League playoff schedule. The Brewers typically play very well at Miller Park during the playoffs and will try and secure a top seed to have home field advantage during the playoffs. The Washington Nationals 2016 playoff schedule will be determined by the teams final place in 2016 MLB regular season standings.
- 2014: Lost NLDS (Giants)
- 2012: Lost NLDS (Cardinals)
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How much are 2016 Washington Nationals Playoff Tickets?
Washington Nationals Playoff tickets rise and fall based on demand, and are different for every playoff game. As a general rule, the farther the Nationals advance in the National League playoffs, the more expensive Nationals playoff tickets are.
Where can I buy cheap 2016 Washington Nationals Playoff Tickets?
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What was the best Washington Nationals Playoff team of all time?
The Washington Nationals have only been located in D.C. for a short time now, but have already had number of fantastic playoff teams. Possibly the best Nationals playoff team of all time came around in 2012. The 2012 Washington Nationals were led by rookie phenom Bryce Harper and put forth a 98 win regular season. The '12 Nationals pushed the defending World Series Champion Cardinals to 5 games in the NLDS, falling just short of a trip to the NLCS.
Does my child need a ticket to a 2016 Washington Nationals Playoff Game?
The Washington Nationals require that all children over the age of 2 have a valid ticket to see the team play at Nationals Park. If you are taking a child under 2 years old to a Washington Nationals playoff game, you will be allowed to bring them into the ball park without buying them a ticket.