Aug 17, 2012, 11:00 AM EST
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The Nats have more home games the rest of the season than anyone in the majors.
Much has been made of the Nationals' best-in-baseball road record, which following an 8-2 trip through Houston, Arizona and San Francisco now stands at 41-23. That's a better road winning percentage, by far, than any team in the majors has at home, a stunning fact when you stop and think about it.
One point, however, hasn't been made about the Nationals' prowess away from the District: They've played more road games than anybody in the sport.
Which also means they've played the fewest home games, which could prove quite the advantage as the final stretch of a remarkable season fast approaches.
Indeed, 27 of the Nationals' final 44 games are scheduled to be played on South Capitol Street, a nice little bonus for a club that already hasRead more »
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