How Nationals fans can rewatch the 2019 MLB playoffs for free

Mike DePrisco
NBC Sports Washington

The 2020 baseball season is suspended due to coronavirus and the Nationals' win over the Astros in Game 7 of the World Series will remain as the most recent Major League baseball game. 

Washington's World Series run was as magical as it was improbable. After a 19-31 start to the 2019 season, the Nats turned around to win 93 games, clinched a Wild Card berth and took down the Brewers, Dodgers Cardinals and Astros to win the title. 

The good news for Nats fans waiting for their team to begin their title defense is they can relive last season for free. 

According to MLB's Mark Feinsand, MLB TV's archives will be open to the public for a limited time. Fans can rewatch over 4,800 games from 2018 and 2019 for free with playoff games included. 

Whether it's the Wild Card game against Milwaukee, Max Scherzer's broken nose game, Game 7 against the Astros or Game 5 where the Nats closed out the Dodgers, there are a ton of options to sit back and enjoy. 

While Nats fans look for ways to pass the time during a period of social distancing, what better way to do so then to rewatch the best games from last fall. And if you don't feel like sitting through a full nine innings, the condensed game is definitely the way to go. 

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How Nationals fans can rewatch the 2019 MLB playoffs for free originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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