Washington Nationals And New York Yankees In The Nation's Capital This Weekend.

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 12: The Cincinnati Reds bat against the Washington Nationals during the fourth inning of opening day at Nationals Park on April 12, 2012 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

The Washington Nationals and New York Yankees have played just six games against one another since 2005 when the Montreal Expos relocated to the nation's capital and became the Nats. Washington's 4-2 against New York in the two series the teams have played, one in D.C. back in 2006 and one in NY back in 2009. When the Yankees last played in the nation's capital back in '06, the Nationals were still playing in RFK Stadium. The Nats drew a combined 134,991 fans in that three-game set which saw them take two of three from the visiting Yanks on a ninth inning, series-winning, walk-off HR by Ryan Zimmerman off former-Yankees and current-Nationals' right-hander Chien-Ming Wang in the Sunday finale.

The Yankees are back in the nation's capital for the first time since 2006 tomorrow. The Nationals sent out a press release in advance of the series advising that since they're expecting sell-out crowds fans should plan ahead and allow for extra time on their way to the ballpark for each of this weekend's games with the visiting Yankees. They'll also be opening the Center Field Gate 2 1/2 before the start of each game and all other areas/gates open an hour and a 1/2 before each of the three games.

If you don't already have tickets for the weekend series, you can check with TiqIQ an SB Nation partner to see if you can find tickets. CLICK HERE. They've also provided the infographic below comparing this weekend's series vs the Yankees to the other four highest priced series of the season in Washington and some more information after the JUMP on ticket prices for all three games of this weekend's series:

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Game 1:

• 2500+ tickets available starting at $53.

• 40+ tickets available for under $60. Some of these seats are selling for up to 34% below market average.

• Infield Gallery upper deck seats behind home plate start at $57 (29% below market average) and there are 45+ available for $65 or less.

• Outfield Reserve seats start at $59 (21% below market average) and there are 100+ seats available for under $70.

• Infield Box seats start at $82 (43% below market average) and there are 30 available for $100 or less.

Game 2:

• 3800+ tickets available starting at $50.

• 100+ ticktes available for $100 or less, all in Outfield Gallery.These seats are selling for up to 27% below market average.

• Infield Gallery upper deck seats behind home plate start at $58 (15% below market average) and there are 70+ available for less than $70.

• Outfield Reserve seats start at $57 (41% below market average) and there are 100+ seats available for under $75.

• Mezzanine seats start at $63 (29% below makret average) and there are 25 available for $80 or less.

• Infield Box seats start at $89 (35% below market average) and there are 25+ available for $100 or less.

Game 3:

• 4000+ tickets available starting at $40. 60+ tickets available for under $50. Some of these seats are selling for up to 47% below market average.

• Infield Gallery upper deck seats behind home plate start at $47 (39% below market average) and there are 80+ available for less than $60.

• Outfield Reserve seats start at $41 (45% below market average) and there are 70+ seats available for under $60.

• Mezzanine seats start at $60 (34% below makret average) and there are 50+ available for less than $80.

• Infield Box seats start at $81 (49% below market average) and there are 25+ available for $100 or less.

CLICK HERE to check for available tickets for this weekend's series.

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