Washington Nationals Philadelphia Tickets
The Washington Nationals and the Philadelphia Phillies will be facing one another for a competitive baseball game this season. Presently, the Nationals are leading the all time Total Home Runs number by forty-one runs whereas the Phillies are lagging behind with twenty-seven runs. Watch the teams in action at the Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, a series of games have been scheduled at the arena. The Washington Nationals Philadelphia tickets are open for sale now. Get yours today before they all sell out. The team was established in 1969 under the name Montreal Expos. When the Major League Baseball purchased the team in 2002, the Nationals were moved to Washington in 2005. Over the years they have won two East Division titles in 1981 and 2012.
With an all time winning percentage of 0.524, the Washington Nationals are leading in comparison to the opposing team, Philadelphia Phillies that stands at 0.45. The Nationals recorded the highest winning percentage in 1994 in the strike-shortened season when the team scored the best record in baseball. See how the game turns out this season by getting Washington Nationals Philadelphia tickets. The teams will be competing against one another at the Citizens Bank Park. The arena in Philadelphia is home to the opposing team which makes the game challenging for both the teams.
The Washington Nationals are associated members of the Major League Baseball and are based in Washington, D.C. The professional baseball team plays in the East Division of the National League. The Nationals emerged as a team in1969 under the name Montreal Expos. They changed their name to Washington Nationals in 2005, since then they have been based in Washington. They play their home games at Nationals Park. Owned by Lerner Enterprises, the team is managed by manager Matt Williams and general manager Mike Rizzo.
Notable managers of the team comprise Matt Williams, Jim Riggleman, John McLaren, Frank Robinson, Davey Johnson and Manny Acta. The prominent players of the team include Baseball Hall of Famers Gary Carter and Andre Dawson along with Ford C. Frick Award winner Dave Van Horne. Watch the Washington Nationals in action by visiting the venue this baseball season.