The World Series champion Washington Nationals will be honored Monday at the White House, but one member of the team says he won’t be attending, according to a report.
The World Series champion Washington Nationals will visit the White House on Monday, according to the administration.
The Washington Nationals made franchise history and earned their first World Series title by defeating the Houston Astros 6-2.
Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey will make the “Play Ball” call before Game 7 of the World Series.
It’s all come down to this: a historic World Series Game 7, where either Washington snags its first Commissioner’s Trophy in the franchise’s history, or Houston’s second championship title sets the stage for a possible dynasty.
Taco lovers can thank the Washington Nationals shortstop Trea Turner, who stole second base in the first inning of Game 1 of the series.
The Washington Nationals forced a Game 7 Tuesday night after defeating the Houston Astros 7-2.
Brenda Sisney says her great-grandson William Bounds was born on November 1, 2017, which is the same day the Astros won the World Series. Today, his mother gave birth to a baby girl.
Houston Texans' J.J. Watt sent Houston Astros' Jose Altuve wine and a handwritten card to wish him luck in Game 6 of the World Series.
On Sunday night during Game 5 of the World Series, Washington Nationals' fan Jeff Adams made history.
Hutson hangs a super-sized Astros World Series ring from his neck and wears another one on his hand.
On their Twitter accounts, the two posted letters they say they received on Sunday from David Thomas, Vice President of Security and Ballpark Operations at MLB.
Nationals fans hoped to celebrate a championship with the home team this weekend at the first World Series in Washington since 1933.
The Houston Astros bested the Washington Nationals 4-1 on the National's own turf in Game 3 of the World Series in Washington, D.C.
The assistant general manager of the Houston Astros apologized Tuesday for using "inappropriate language" after a Sports Illustrated report said he repeatedly yelled toward a group of female reporters about closer Roberto Osuna during a clubhouse celebration.