On Friday, November 1, the White House announced that as part of the Nationals celebrations after obtaining the title of the Great Tent, the organization would visit the venue on Monday, November 4.
And the moment arrived. This Monday, Major League champions visited the White House and met with President Donald Trump. As usual, the president received a personalized jersey from the hands of one of the most important faces of the team, first baseman Ryan Zimmerman.
In addition, during the meeting, the White House staff surprised more than one when they played the children's song 'Baby Shark', which became a banner for the fans in Nationals Park when Gerardo Parra jumped into the ball park.RELATED
Unfortunately for everyone, this time the American mandamás did not receive the champions of the majors with fast food, something that seemed to become a seal of the administration of the New York tycoon.
In addition to the absence of Sean Doolittle, who was the first to announce that he would not travel to the official residence of the United States, baseball players Anthony Rendón, Víctor Robles, Joe Ross, Wander Suero, Javy Guerra, Wilmer Difo, Roenis Elías and Michael Taylor They declined the invitation.