The 2012 Washington Nationals: Most successful D.C. ball club in since 1933
It has been 79 long seasons, some during which D.C. didn't even have a baseball team, since the District boasted such a winning club. On Thursday, the Nationals became the first Washington team to go 20 games over .500 since 1933. Here's what the world was like then.
Heinie Manush led the 1933 Senators starters in hitting, posting a .336 batting average and driving in 95 runs for the American League champions.