The Astros and Nationals battled it out for 7 games. Check out all the action from the amazing series!WAS 6, HOU 2
Gerrit Cole says there was a plan in place for him to play in the Astros Game 7 loss but the situation never arose.WAS 6, HOU 2
The SportsCenter on the Road crew breaks down how Nationals went on an absolute tear at the end of the season to become World Series champions.WAS 6, HOU 2
Anthony Rendon joins Scott Van Pelt to discuss the resilience of the Nationals, which led them to win the World Series.WAS 6, HOU 2
Condensed Game: The Nationals scored six runs in the last three innings to clinch their first World Series championship in franchise historyWAS 6, HOU 2
Astros relief pitcher Will Harris voices his disappointment after giving up the go-ahead home run to Howie Kendrick in Game 7 of the World Series.WAS 6, HOU 2
The Nationals celebrate the first World Series in franchise history by excitedly spraying champagne all over the clubhouse.WAS 6, HOU 2
Anthony Rendon talks about how it feels to be a World Series champion and comments on the toughness of Stephen Strasburg.WAS 6, HOU 2
Max Scherzer is flooded with emotions describing the postseason the Nationals had, and credits his wife for getting him mentally prepped for Game 7.WAS 6, HOU 2
Stephen Strasburg reacts after the Nationals win the World Series and cites the team's resiliency as a key factor to winning it all.WAS 6, HOU 2
Doug Glanville reacts to how the Nationals utilized pitching to their advantage en route to winning the World Series.WAS 6, HOU 2
Howie Kendrick reacts to winning the World Series and hitting the go-ahead home run.WAS 6, HOU 2
Daniel Hudson and the Nationals put away the Astros in the bottom of the ninth, capturing the first World Series title in franchise history.WAS 6, HOU 2
The Nationals surge in the seventh inning as they get a solo homer from Anthony Rendon and a two-run homer from Howie Kendrick to give them a 3-2 lead.WAS 6, HOU 2
The Nationals get hot in the in the bottom innings and end up scoring six unanswered runs to beat the Astros 6-2 and win their first World Series.WAS 6, HOU 2
A person familiar with negotiations says the Washington Nationals have agreed to terms in principle on a $4 million, one-year contract with first baseman Matt Adams, a deal pending a successful physical.
Former major league skipper Chip Hale will be the bench coach for new Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez, while Derek Lilliquist will be the team's pitching coach.
Catcher Matt Wieters is exercising his $10.5 million contract option for next season with the Washington Nationals.
Whether his words were intended for the man seated to his left in the Nationals Park home clubhouse, general manager Mike Rizzo, or the ownership group watching intently from the front row or any fans who might have been watching the live telecast of Thursday's introductory news conference — or all of the above — Martinez kept sounding the same note.
Dave Martinez will get a chance to try to do what no Washington Nationals manager has accomplished: win a postseason series with the club.
Former Washington Nationals pitching coach Mike Maddux has been hired by the St. Louis Cardinals.