The World Series champion Washington Nationals visited the White House yesterday (November 4th) less than a week after winning their title, where they were celebrated during a ceremony on the South Lawn attended by thousands of fans. President Trump told the crowd, "Everyone fell in love with Nats baseball. That’s all they wanted to talk about -- that and impeachment. I like Nats baseball more." Seven of the team's 25 players didn't attend, among them National League MVP finalist Anthony Rendon and reliever Sean Doolittle, but one player who did attend, catcher Kurt Suzuki, put on a "Make America Great Again" hat when he came to the podium, leading Trump to hug him from behind. The team was played into the ceremony by the U.S. Marine Corps band's rendition of "Baby Shark," which became the Nationals' unofficial theme song this season.