Below is an advertisement.
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
All eyes were on Nationals Park on Opening Night, when Washington christened its new park with a win. (AP)

Nationals find identity with pleasant new ballpark

After the pomp and circumstance of the opening ceremonies, the question for the remainder of the evening was whether the Nationals would rise to the level of their new surroundings. On this night, the signs were all good. More >

• Ceremonies | Perspectives | Selig impressed

President Bush exclusive interview

MLB.com's Hal Bodley sits down with George W. Bush for an exclusive interview following the president's first-pitch performance to open Nationals Park. Watch >


Features

Opening Might: Zimmerman wins it with walk-off blast
The Nationals had it all as they christened Nationals Park: a sellout crowd, a presidential first pitch and a victory over the Braves. Full story >

Opening Night has many perspectives
This was the day that Washington baseball fans have dreamed of since the Senators left town 37 years ago. Full story >

Selig era welcomes another new ballpark to league
The new $611 million ballpark is the result of two years of intense negotiations and 22 months of construction. Full story >

Kasten appreciative amid whirlwind
For Nationals president Stan Kasten, there were some smiles Sunday, but he had little time to enjoy the festivities. Full story >

More headlines
video audio

Opening Night recap
Seth Everett and Hal Bodley look back at the excitement in D.C. as the Nationals beat the Braves, 3-2. Watch >


Zimmerman's walk-off
Ryan Zimmerman sent the fans home happy with a solo home run in the ninth. Watch >

  • Johnson doubles in first run 400K
  • Guzman collects first hit 400K
  • Chipper hits park's first homer 400K
  • MLB.com takes tour of park 400K