The song "Calm" by singer-songwriter Pedro Capó with reggaeton Farruko became the anthem of celebration of the Washington Nationals team this season of Major League Baseball.
The Washington D.C. baseball team used the famous reggaeton mix to celebrate their victories all their way this season until their most recent victory yesterday over the Houston Astros team at the start of the 2019 World Series in Texas.
“Calma”, which transcended on international music platforms, including its position among the first 100 hits of the hottest Billboards, has been danced and sung by the entire Nationals team.RELATED
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– Kelyn Soong (@KelynSoong) September 25, 2019
The second baseman of the team, Brian Dozier, generated euphoria between the fanaticada of the novena and the followers of Capó when publishing his song of the lyric of the famous single through the official account of the team on Twitter.
– Washington Nationals (@Nationals) October 21, 2019
Meanwhile, Pedro Capó shared each of the videos of the Washington Nationals, through Twitter, which have even created the hashtag "#StayInTheFight" as part of their search for this year's world championship against the Astros.
– Pedro Capó (@pedrocapo) October 18, 2019
It should be remembered that it is not the first time that a championship celebration is enlivened by the music of a Puerto Rican artist. In 2010, the winning team of the World Cup Gold Cup, Spain, celebrated their victory and their journey back to their homeland performing the song "Paint Me" by Elvis Crespo.
The Nationals team now tops the 1-0 World League World Series over the Houston Astros who stole their first game yesterday, at Minute Maid Park.