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Let’s go, Nats! If you rock the red any chance you get, there’s no better way to show your Nationals pride than with officially licensed Washington Nationals MLB Photos.

You can bring Nationals Stadium to your living room walls with help from Photo File.

Whether you’re in the market for an old-school Ryan Zimmerman photo from the team’s inaugural season, or if you’re still a Bryce Harper die-hard, our Washington Nationals MLB photo collection has the wall art you’re looking for. From stadium photos to action shots and everything in between, look no further than Photo File’s officially licensed collection.

Team History

While baseball has been a part of D.C. history since the 1800s, the Nationals Franchise as we know it relocated from Montreal in 2005. The Expos became the Nats, and D.C. won a professional baseball team it had been missing since the Senators of old.

In fact, the Washington Senators were a founding member of American League baseball, and they played in D.C. for 51 years (between 1901 and 1960) before becoming the Minneapolis Twins. D.C. waited nearly a half-century to see another professional baseball team grace the Capitol area.

Since the birth of the modern-day Washington Nationals, the team has become a powerhouse franchise — though without any World Series appearances to prove it. The team earned a spot in the National League Division Series (NLDS) in 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, though they lost each series.

Despite the lack of post-season success, the Nationals franchise has a stacked roster in the form of veteran infielders Ryan Zimmerman and Anthony Rendon and Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg on the mound.

Take your Nationals fandom to the next level with officially licensed MLB photos from the Photo File collection — and let’s go, Nats!