(The Washington Post)
(The Washington Post)
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Nationals fans, welcome to the World Series. Here’s hoping you make it to the end.

Game 1 was a heart attack of a win in Washington’s first Fall Classic appearance in 86 years. Are you ready for more?
(Toni L. Sandys)
(Toni L. Sandys)
Keenum, who helped lead Minnesota to the NFC championship game two seasons ago, called Thursday's matchup "just another game."
Beal bought into the Wizards' vision. And he's (mostly) okay with remaining patient, though “I know it won’t be easy,” he said.
Nicklas Backstrom set up Alex Ovechkin for the go-ahead goal in the second period, and John Carlson scored twice.
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Cole entered this Game 1 of the World Series with a run of 19 straight winning decisions, the longest streak of any pitcher in a year since Rube Marquard in 1912.
After having gastric sleeve surgery and making a major commitment to fitness, Carlos Orosco said it was "overwhelming" to have completed the 26.2 miles in Detroit.
Wade will join O’Neal, his former teammate on the title-winning 2006 Miami Heat, and WNBA star Candace Parker as an analyst on the network’s overhauled Tuesday night programming.
“We don’t want this to be the story,” Sports Illustrated reporter Stephanie Apstein said. “But I wrote it because it's not right and it’s true and that’s our obligation to say things that are true and then peel back the curtain on attitudes that I think are pervasive in the game.”
Jeremy Schaap will lead the Saturday version of the show, which debuts in January.
Josh Norman and Montae Nicholson also missed practice Tuesday. Rookie running back Bryce Love had a follow-up procedure on his injured knee.
Hathaway was one of three offseason acquisitions made by General Manager Brian MacLellan to bolster the bottom six.
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