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The Washington Nationals have played a total of 53 seasons. Their first season was in 1969, and their most recent season was in 2022.
Between 1969 and 2004, the team was known as the Montreal Expos.
In 2005, the team moved to Washington DC and changed their name to the Washington Nationals.
The Washington Nationals currently play in the East Division of the National League, aka the NL East.
The best start to a Nationals season was the 1972 Montreal Expos, who started the season 5-0. The second best starts to a Nationals season was the 2018 Washington Nationals and the 1983 Montreal Expos, who both started the season at 4-0.
The two worst starts to a Nationals season was the 2009 Washington Nationals and the 1998 Montreal Expos, who both started the season at 0-7. The third worst start to a season was the 1987 Montreal Expos, who started the season with 5 losses.
The Washington Nationals last made the playoffs in 2019, when they won the World Series. They've been in the playoffs a total of 6 times in their 53 seasons.
The Washington Nationals last missed the playoffs in 2022.
In 2019, the Washington Nationals beat the Houston Astros in the World Series.
In 2017, the Washington Nationals lost to the Chicago Cubs in the NL Divisional Series.
The Washington Nationals have appeared in the World Series once, in 2019.
The Washington Nationals won the World Series once, in 2019.
|2019||93-69||Won World Series|
|2017||97-65||Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2016||95-67||Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2014||96-66||Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|2012||98-64||Lost NL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1981||60-48||Lost NL Championship Series (Won 1 Round)|