Young player-manager led DC to last pennant in '33

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Washington Nationals ended a long drought for the nation's capital Thursday night by clinching a playoff spot, returning the District of Columbia to baseball's postseason for the first time in nearly 80 years. But back then, the only postseason was the World Series. There were no wild card teams and no playoffs. The Washington Senators - also known as the Nationals - had to beat out seven other teams in the American League standings to win the 1933 pennant....