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Everything we know about the Nationals' World Series schedule (so far)

Everything we know about the Nationals' World Series schedule (so far)

The Nationals are going to the World Series. Everybody knows that by now. But how and when you can watch the Nationals play is becoming clearer by the day.

The first two games will be played in either Yankee Stadium or Minute Maid Park, depending on whether the Yankees or Astros win the American League Championship Series. Game 1 will be on Tuesday, Oct. 22, while Game 2 will be Wednesday, Oct. 23.

Games 3 and 4 will be at Nationals Park on Friday, Oct. 25 and Sunday, Oct. 26, respectively. If necessary, Game 5 will also be played at Nationals Park on Sunday, Oct. 27. A Game 5 would be the last game the Nationals host this season.

Games 6 and 7, if necessary, would be at the American League representative's ballpark on Tuesday, Oct. 29 and Wednesday, Oct. 30, respectively.

All games will be broadcast on FOX.

World Series Schedule:

Tuesday, Oct. 22:
- World Series Game 1: Nationals at ALCS Winner. Time: 8:08 p.m. ET. TV Channel: FOX.

Wednesday, Oct. 23:
- World Series Game 2: Nationals at ALCS Winner. Time: 8:07 p.m. ET. TV Channel: FOX.

Friday, Oct. 25:
- World Series Game 3. ALCS Winner at Nationals. Time: 8:07 p.m. ET. TV Channel: FOX.

Saturday, Oct. 26: 
- World Series Game 4. ALCS Winner at Nationals. Time: 8:07 p.m. ET. TV Channel: FOX.

Sunday, Oct. 27: 
- World Series Game 5*. ALCS Winner at Nationals. Time: 8:07 p.m. ET. TV Channel: FOX.

Monday, Oct. 29: 
- World Series Game 6*. Nationals at ALCS Winner. Time: 8:07 p.m. ET. TV Channel: FOX.

Tuesday, Oct. 30:
- World Series Game 7*. Nationals at ALCS Winner. Time: 8:08 p.m. ET. TV Channel: FOX.

*If necessary

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Elena Delle Donne's championship tour continues as she announces Capitals starters to the team

Elena Delle Donne's championship tour continues as she announces Capitals starters to the team

Elena Delle Donne is having quite the week.

First, she and the Mystics won the WNBA championship. Tuesday night, she threw out the first pitch before Game 4 of the NLCS — which the Nationals won to advance to the World Series, in case you missed it. Finally, on Wednesday night, she dropped the ceremonial first puck at the Capitals game and read the starting lineup to the team in the locker room.

The Capitals started Carl Hagelin, Evgeny Kuznetzov, Tom Wilson, John Carlson, Jonas Siegenthaler and Ilya Samsonov.

After a three-goal spurt in less than 90 seconds in the second period, the Caps bounced the Maple Leafs for a 4-2 win.

The Nats won when Delle Donne through the first pitch for Game 4. Now the Caps win this game. Is Delle Donne the good luck charm?

Wilson definitely thinks so.

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DC bar to brew special beer to celebrate Nationals' World Series appearance

DC bar to brew special beer to celebrate Nationals' World Series appearance

Plenty of beer was consumed Tuesday night when the Nationals advanced to the World Series for the first time in franchise history.

Before Game 1 of the World Series next Tuesday, fans will be able to enjoy a new, special beer. Bluejacket, a bar near Nationals Park, is brewing a double IPA, aptly named 86 Years to commemorate the last time a Washington MLB team went to the World Series.

The beer is "a hazy double IPA double dry-hopped with Galaxy – it's a juicy fruit bomb of a brew that shows intense notes of passionfruit, peach and orange," per a release from the restaurant group.

The beer will be available on draft before Game 1 on Tuesday and available in cans by Game 3 when the series returns to the nation's capital. 

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