The Washington Nationals aren't tired of showing off their World Series success, and for good reason.
It's been a few months since the Nats won their first-ever title, but flaunting the Commissioner's Trophy simply never gets old.
General Manager Mike Rizzo showed off the silverware in College Park on Saturday during an intermission in the Maryland-Purdue college basketball game.
— Allif Karim (@AllifKarim) January 18, 2020
The crowd erupted in cheers and the band played "Baby Shark" to ring in the special occassion. It's always nice to see Terrapin fan favorite and SportsCenter host Scott Van Pelt in attendance there too.
In a bad week for baseball in the wake of widespread cheating allegations, it's a good sight to see the good parts of the game being celebrated.
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo brought the Commisioner's Trophy to Xfinity Center. pic.twitter.com/0cYOkgZTnz
— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) January 18, 2020
Keep showing that thing off, Nationals!
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Mike Rizzo shows off World Series trophy at Maryland basketball game originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington