Washington Nationals Odds to Win the World Series
The Washington Nationals made a return to the Washington D.C. area in 2005 when the Montreal Expos franchise moved south. Major League Baseball purchased in the Expos in 2002 and sold them to Ted Lerner for a substantial profit in 2006. The Expos/Nationals franchise has not had much success on the field, winning just two division title in their history. During this decade many of their prospects have started to pay off and it appears they will challenge for the title on a consistent basis now.
The Nationals were founded in 1969 and have won zero World Series. The Nationals currently play in the National League East Division and are located in Washington, DC. The Washington Nationals play their home games at Nationals Park.
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