This Week in US Sports: Nationals make first World Series, Ramsey has a new home
There will be a World Series game in Washington D.C. for the first time since 1933.
Two quarterbacks are heading to the bench and Jalen Ramsey has finally been dealt.
While all of that has been going on there has been some monetary proposals in the NBA.
All that and more on this week in US Sports.
1. Nationals earn first World Series berth
It was a historic week in Washington D.C. after the Nationals swept the St Louis Cardinals in four games to earn the first World Series berth in Nationals/Expos history.
The Nationals were the 29th team to make the Fall Classic, leaving the Seattle Mariners as the only organisation to not have been to one.
While this is a big day for this franchise, it is also one for some very loyal Washington D.C. fans as this will be the first World Series played in D.C. since 1933 when the Senators faced the Giants and lost in five games.
The Senators moved to Minnesota in 1961 and became the Twins.
2. Quarterbacks head to the bench
The Marcus Mariota era may be over in Tennessee, while the Josh Rosen era in Miami is at least on hold.
The Tennessee Titans announced this week that Mariota will be replaced under center by Ryan Tannehill going forward. The Miami Dolphins also announced Rosen will once again be on the bench and replaced by veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Rosen is still young having been taken in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft so he has some time to still find his way, but Mariota is bordering on being a veteran at this point, so this very well might be the end of his career as a starter.
3. Ramsey on the move
Ramsey finally got his wish this week as he was traded by the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Los Angeles Rams for first-round picks in 2020 and 2021 and a fourth-round pick in 2021.
This came on the heels of the Rams' trade of Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens earlier in the day.
Ramsey asked to be traded by the Jaguars after a Week 2 spat with head coach Doug Marrone.
He got his wish and is thrilled to be playing for a NFL Super Bowl contender.
4. NBA contracts being weighed and measured
It is that time of year where players and teams figure out what they will be paid or what can be afforded, and Wednesday, several reports came out that players have been given some offers.
Pascal Siakam is weighing an extension with the Toronto Raptors, as is Bogdan Bogdanovic with the Sacramento Kings, but Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown turned down a four-year, $80million extension which came as a surprise to some.
At the same time, the Kings have apparently not offered guard Buddy Hield an extension and he may be open to a trade if they do not give him the money he is looking for.
The NBA season starts next week, but there is still plenty to be decided going forward.