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Nats clinch playoff spot, first in Wash. since '33

Nats clinch playoff spot, first in Wash. since '33

ESPN.com Updated Sep 20, 2012
The Washington Nationals brought postseason baseball back to the nation's capital for the first time since 1933, clinching a playoff spot Thursday night with a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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  • Former Nationals exec Kasten happy for old club

    Former Nationals exec Kasten happy for old club

    MLB.com Sep 20, 2012
    Stan Kasten was at Thursday night's game between the Nats and Dodgers. Now president and CEO of the Dodgers, Kasten said he is happy for the Nationals, who are close to winning a division title.
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  • Kemp's homer helps Dodgers edge Nationals

    Kemp's homer helps Dodgers edge Nationals

    ESPN.com Sep 20, 2012
    Matt Kemp scored a phantom run early, then hit a go-ahead homer in the ninth inning, and the Dodgers grabbed a 7-6 victory Wednesday night for a doubleheader split that prevented the Nationals from sewing up a playoff berth.
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  • Video - Highlight Of The Night 00:28

    Highlight Of The Night

    Sep 20
    The Washington Nationals brought postseason baseball back to the nation's capital for the first time since 1933, earning a playoff spot with their 4-1 win over the Dodgers.

Sports Columnists

  • John Clayton's Last Call

    Sep 20
    Upsets. Overtime thrillers. Questionable officiating. Yes, it was one wacky Sunday, writes John Clayton.
  • Milicic to continue NBA career, sign with Celtics

    Sep 20
    Free agent center Darko Milicic has decided to stay in the NBA and continue his career with the Boston Celtics.
  • Milicic to continue NBA career, sign with Celtics

    Sep 20
    Free agent center Darko Milicic has decided to stay in the NBA and continue his career with the Boston Celtics.
  • Milicic to continue NBA career, sign with Celtics

    Sep 20
    Free agent center Darko Milicic has decided to stay in the NBA and continue his career with the Boston Celtics.