Washington Nationals Turner Field Tickets
The Turner Field in Atlanta is inviting baseball fans to enjoy a series of regular season games where Washington Nationals will be taking on various competitors. At these baseball playoffs Atlanta Braves will be defending its honor at its home facility. The Major Baseball League teams will bring their A-game to the $314 million ballpark that was inaugurated in 1997. With a capacity to accommodate as many as 50,000 attendees for one event, the Turner Field has held several basketball games and concerts. Artists who have performed at the venue in the past include Eminem, Dave Matthews Band, the Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney. Watch the forthcoming baseball game by getting Washington Nationals Turner Field tickets.
The upcoming game in your city features the professional American baseball team, Washington Nationals. Formed in 1969 as Montreal Expos, the team initially became a member of the National League. Named after the Expo 67 World’s Fair that took place in Montreal, the team played its debut game in the same year. Held against San Diego Padres, the playoff game took place at the Jarry Park. Owned by Charles Bronfman, Montreal Expos faced various difficulties in its early years. In 1977, the Expos’ home ballpark was changed from the Jarry Park to the Olympic Stadium that was constructed in Montreal for the Summer Olympics of 1976. The team won its debut Division Championship in 1981, defeating Los Angeles Dodgers in the final game.
It was in 2005 that Montreal Expos eventually became known as Washington Nationals. The team is currently owned by the Lerner Enterprises with Matt Williams as the manager. The side supports the colors white, blue and red. With the National Park as its home ground, the Nationals compete in the National League’s East Division. The current roster of the team has rotation players Gio Gonzalez, Taylor Jordan, Tanner Roark, Stephen Strasburg and Jordan Zimmermann; bullpen players Jerry Blevins, Xavier Cedeno, Tyler Clippard, Ross Detwiler, Craig Stammen and Drew Storen and closer Rafael Soriano. The catchers are Sandy Leon and Jose Lobaton while the fielders include Ian Desmond, Danny Espinosa, Kevin Frandsen, Bryce Harper, Nate McLouth, Tyler Moore, Denard Span and Jayson Werth. Watch this talented lot as it heads to Atlanta. Purchase Washington Nationals Turner Field tickets to watch the games live.