The Washington Nationals were founded in 1969 as the Montreal Expos as part of a four team expansion that included the Royals, Padres, and Pilots (who would later become the Brewers). The team moved to Washington in 2005 and have won three of their four division titles while there.

The Nationals franchise has never appeared in a World Series despite fielding some outstanding players over its history.

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