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Season of Change

The Wizards are in the playoffs for the first time in eight years.

Sports Section



Jonathan Newton – The Washington Post


Historic Return Brings Victory: The Nationals deliver a 5-3 win over the Diamondbacks in Washington's first home baseball game in 34 years. April 14, 2005

Woods Bests DiMarco, Wins Fourth Masters: Tiger Woods fends off an impressive comeback from Chris DiMarco to win his fourth Masters championship on the first playoff hole Sunday. April 11, 2005

Baylor Rolls to National Championship: Showing the on-court fire that has been the trademark of their coach Kim Mulkey-Robertson, the Lady Bears storm to an 84-62 thumping of the Michigan State Spartans on Tuesday to win the women's national championship. April 05, 2005

Nationals Make Debut: The Nationals debut with energy and excitement -- but the first win will have to wait for another day. April 04, 2005

Congress Investigates Steroids in Baseball: On an extraordinary day of words and images, a House committee investigating steroids in baseball forced the sport to confront its past and rethink its future. March 18, 2005

Terps Lose to Clemson: The Terrapins lose to the Tigers, 84-72, in the first round of the ACC tournament, a loss that probably keeps Maryland out of the NCAA tournament. March 10, 2005

Baseball's a Family Affair: Spring breaks early for Nationals fans in Viera, Fla., as young and old alike get a sneak preview of Washington's newest team. March 06, 2005

First Game for the Nats: The Nationals play their first exhibition game against the New York Mets, the first time a major league team from Washington took the field since the Senators left for Texas after the 1971 season. March 02, 2005