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Word artist creates piece that pays tribute to the World Series champion Washington Nationals

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Word artist creates piece that pays tribute to the World Series champion Washington Nationals

Houston restaurateur pays up on World Series bet after Washington Nationals win

Most fun I’ve had on a story in a while. Great break from crime and politics.... Houston restaurateur pays up on World Series bet after Washington Nationals win

Word artist creates piece that pays tribute to the World Series champion Washington Nationals

WON THE FIGHT! A word artist in Philadelphia recently introduced a new piece that pays tribute to the 2019 World Series champion Washington Nationals. ⚾️

WON THE FIGHT! Word artist creates piece that pays tribute to the #WorldSeries  champion Washington@Nationals  ⚾

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I love you all. Thank you Mr. President," Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki says, putting on a “Make America Great Again” hat and prompting an awkward hug from Pres. Trump.

Congratulations to the Washington Nationals on a great season and an incredible World Series. Game 7 was amazing! @Nationals 

CONGRATS TO THE WASHINGTON NATIONALS. MOST DIFFICULT ROAD TO A WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP IN BASEBALL HISTORY.

Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki is wearing a MAGA hat at the White House today where President Trump is honoring the Nats for their World Series championship.

When President Trump was shown on the scoreboard screen during Game 5 of the World Series, there was a resounding round of boos from the crowd at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., and a distinct chant of “Lock him up!”

THEY’VE DONE IT! For the first time in franchise history, the Washington@Nationals  are World Champions!

Baseball bringing people together. A young Colorado fan caught a Nationals home run, and a young Washington fan caught a Rockies home run. So they swapped souvenirs.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh accrued as much as $200,000 in debt buying tickets to Washington Nationals baseball games. We'd still like to learn more about who they were for.

BREAKING: Max Scherzer agrees to 7-year deal with Washington Nationals. (via multiple reports)

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