Washington Nationals: 4 Reasons to Believe 2012 Was Just the Beginning

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Washington Nationals: 4 Reasons to Believe 2012 Was Just the Beginning
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Don't let the Nationals' heartbreaking ALDS defeat hold you down for long; baseball is alive and well in the nation's capital and will be for some time.

Easier said than done, of course, but an in-depth look at the future spells long-term success for this organization, and damn right you should be excited about it. 

It's the first time since 1933 that the city has owned a division-winning baseball team, and the roster is stockpiled with electric young superstars. Washington finished 2012 with the best record in all of baseball (98-64) despite suffering key injuries throughout the year. They survived the grueling, 162-game season without a significant veteran presence to guide them through it. 

The upcoming slides will show you four reasons that the Nationals' amazing run in 2012 was only the tip of the iceberg in terms of what this team can accomplish.  

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