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  1. On April 6, 2005, the Washington Nationals recorded their first-ever regular season win by beating the Phillies, 7–3. The win came in their second game of the season and was highlighted by Wilkerson's hit for the cycle .

    • 5th
    • Jim Bowden
  2. The Nationals finished their 2005 inaugural season at .500 with an 81-81 record. Its first draft pick as the Nationals was Ryan Zimmerman , a Virginia native, in the first round of the 2005 draft. Zimmerman made his MLB debut in 2005 and became one of the teams best players and the face of the franchise, playing his entire career ...

    • 2019
    • Record by Decade
    • Post-Season Record by Year
    • Footnotes

    The following table describes the Expos′ (1969–2004) and Nationals′ (2005–2023) combined regular-season won–lost record by decade. These statistics are from Baseball-Reference.com's Washington Nationals History & Encyclopedia, and are current as of October 1, 2023.

    The Nationals have made the postseason six timesin their history, with their first being in 1981 (as the Expos) and the most recent being in 2019.

    a The 1972 Major League Baseball strikeforced the cancellation of the first seven games (thirteen game-days) of the season.
    b The 1981 Major League Baseball strike caused the season to split into two halves. This caused Major League Baseball to hold the Divisional Series so that the first- and second-half champions coul...
    c The 1994–95 Major League Baseball strike ended the season on August 11, as well as cancelling the entire postseason. While Montreal was leading by six games ahead of the second-place Atlanta Brav...
    d PCA-PI stands for Players' Choice Award for Outstanding Pitcher in the National League.
  3. On April 6, 2005, the Nationals recorded their first-ever regular season win by beating the Phillies, 7–3. The win came in their second game of the season and was highlighted by Wilkerson hitting for the cycle .

  4. 2005. Washington Nationals. Statistics. 2004 Season 2006 Season. Record: 81-81-0, Finished 5th in NL_East ( Schedule and Results ) Manager: Frank Robinson (81-81) General Manager: Jim Bowden (Interim GM hired 11/2/2004) Scouting Director: Dana Brown. Ballpark: Robert F. Kennedy Stadium.