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WTOP's Nationals beat reporter Craig Heist and MLB.com's Nationals beat reporter Bill Ladson discuss the Nationals 98-64 season and their chances in the playoffs.
So what is the law about selling Nats tickets on the streets?
PNC Bank is trying to capitalize on the Washington Nationals' success by luring in fans with snazzy, free baseball caps. The catch: you have to talk about your financial goals.
The Nationals have made history and are on their way to the playoffs, but a new WTOP Beltway Poll finds that the Redskins are still the fan favorite in the Washington area.
Washington already assured of the capital's first postseason baseball since 1933, saw its magic number for clinching the NL East remain at one over second-place Atlanta in a 10-4 loss to St. Louis.
The Nationals are bringing the baseball playoffs to the city for the first time since 1933, while the Capitals have been locked out by the NHL, and the preseason games have been canceled. The combination could either help or hurt businesses surrounding Nationals Park and the Verizon Center.
LivingSocial may not have to put down a dime for late-night Metro service to be provided after the Nats playoff games.
The slow, stumbling and all-around unfortunate racing president has compiled a record of 0-523 since the Nationals arrived in the nation's capital. With the Nats in the playoffs, is his chance around the corner? But is that about to change? Will the unblemished record of defeat be broken?
Under the District's agreement with the Washington Nationals, D.C. officials won't be receiving any free tickets to the playoffs.