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NATIONALS PARK: Washington Nationals
After moving to the nation’s capital the Washington Nationals spent their first few seasons at RFK Stadium. In ‘08 much to the delight of their players and fans the Nats opened their new stadium Nationals Park.
Nationals Park of the Washington Nationals had a total construction cost of $611 million. Needless to say it was a tremendous improvement over the team’s previous home, RFK Stadium. It is the first LEED-certified professional sports stadium in the US. Fans in D.C. have responded to their new stadium by flocking by the thousand to each and every one of the Nats home games. A beautiful new facility and young stars like Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg have helped revitalize baseball in the nation’s capital. The future is bright for the Nationals organization.
Nationals Park has already seen some historic moments in its brief existence. The legendary Randy Johnson notched his 300th career win with the San Francisco Giants against the Nats. Sluggers Adam Dunn and Albert Pujols hit their 300th and 400th career home runs at the new park. There are several distinctive features of Nationals Park that stadium-goers should be sure to check out. The park’s main scoreboard which measures at 101 feet by 47 feet is more than five times the size of RFK Stadium’s. If you find yourself in the upper deck, you’ll be fortunate enough to have a view of the U.S. Capitol as well as the Washington Monument.
In the first few years of the Nationals transition from Montreal to Washington D.C. tickets were fairly easy to come by. But with back-to-back first overall selections in the MLB Draft, some key trades, and acquisitions via free agency the Nats have built a contender. Ticket sales have skyrocketed and citizens in the District of Columbia have become enthralled with their ball club. Finding tickets to Nats home games has become as difficult as any in Major League Baseball. If you want to be sure that you make it to the next Nationals game order your tickets with GoTickets.
Year Built: 2008
‘12 attendance: 30,010 per game; 2,370,794 total
Dimensions: 337 to left, 377 to left-center, 402 to center, 370 to right-center, 335 to right
Hotels Nearby: Capitol Hill Hotel, Washington Court Hotel, Hotel Monaco Washington DC, Capitol Skyline Hotel, L’Enfant Plaza Hotel
Thrill of victory: Oct. 11, 2012: Jayson Werth battled Cardinals’ reliever Lance Lynn in an epic 13-pitch at-bat that ended in a trip around the bases for the Nats’ slugger. The heroic blast sent the Nationals to a decisive Game 5 against the Cardinals.
Agony of defeat: Oct. 13, 2012: The Nats were just one strike away from heading to the NLCS. Unfortunately for Nats fans, Washington closer Drew Storen couldn’t seal the deal in the 9th inning of Game 5. Unlikely heroes Daniel Descalso and Pete Kozma came up with the big hits for the Cards that sent them to the NLCS.
Nationals Ticket Tips: Nationals Park has 23 seating zones. If you’re looking for a cheaper ticket option, you’re in luck because Nationals Park has 3,300 seats for $10 or less. If you’re willing to spend a little bit more on Nationals tickets then you should check out one of the three luxury levels. The Stars & Stripes Club includes great food options, dozens of televisions, and a great view of the neighboring Anacostia River. In the PNC Diamond club fans have access to a bar and buffet but tickets are quite a bit more expensive. And for the priciest and most luxurious seats in Nationals Park check out the presidential seats directly behind home plate. These seats give fans the option to watch batting practice and post-game press conferences. The Nationals have high expectations for the coming years so don’t wait around to buy your tickets, order today with GoTickets!