Are the Nationals the Most Improbable World Series Champions Ever?

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The Washington Nationals weren’t supposed to be the last one’s standing. They entered the World Series as the largest underdogs since 2007, were 12 games under .500 in May, lost star Bryce Harper to free agency and became the first World Series winner to win all four of its games on the road. SI MLB senior editor Albert Chen discusses with Robin Lundberg how the Nationals title run came to be and if they are the most improbable World Series champs ever.