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The Washington Nationals play in the East Division of the National League and they started their franchise as the Montreal Expos in 1969. The Expos was one of the expansion franchises awarded by the Major League Baseball at that time. One of the biggest hindrances of the franchise was finances and it hobbled them for 35 years. The Expos won their debut game in 1969 against the New York Mets and the first baseball game conducted outside the United States was held in 14th of April in 1969 as the Expos defeated the St. Louis Cardinals.
In a typical fashion, the Expos got their first rosters through the expansion draft that was loaded with veterans. Just like any other expansion team, the Expos suffered losing seasons for a decade. The Expos got their first winning season in 1979, followed by another winning season. In 1981, the Expos captured their first East division, but they lost the NLCS in the playoffs to the Dodgers. In 1994, the Expos led the league with 74-40 win-loss record, but the players strike at that time led to the cancellation of any titles that were given away. From that moment, the Expos had a hard time recovering and the attendance of fans shrunk through the seasons. Financial problems still hounded the team and the MLB bought the Expos before the team was sold to Washington, D.C.
The Expos team that moved to Washington is the third franchise reincarnating baseball in D.C. As the new team, the Nationals suffered mostly losing seasons. 2012 saw the emergence of the Nationals to get their east division title, but they lost the NLDS in the playoffs to St. Louis Cardinals.
The Nationals first played at the RFK Stadium from 2005 to 2007 and then moved to the Nationals Park in 2008. This new ballpark cost $611 million to construct and it spearheaded the revitalization of corridor in the D.C. and is located near Anacostia Waterfront and Navy Yard. The construction of this ballpark took into serious consideration great viewing and entertainment experience for the fans.