Nationals send Valentine's Day cards to personally roast every MLB team

Tyler Byrum
NBC Sports Washington

No team in MLB utilized Valentine's Day better than the Washington Nationals this year. 

Throughout the day, the Nats posted a valentine on their Twitter account to all 30 teams. This includes their division rivals, their friendly neighbors just north of the beltway and some other common postseason foes. 

Here is a sample of some of the best: 

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Not sure how Orioles fans are going to feel about this one.

Sorry, not sorry Jake deGrom.

They definitely made sure that all their postseason opponents remembered this postseason quite well. From Howie Kendrick's homer in Game 7 against the Dodgers to Juan Soto's game-winning hit against the Brewers, the 2019 MLB postseason was alive and well.

And they just casually reminded other teams who won the title last year in the process.

And a lot of the ex-teams of current Nationals were given a reminder of what they lost.

Even the despised Phillies were gifted a warm valentine. 

But the one valentine that the club made everyone painfully wait for was that of their sign-stealing, World Series opponent in the Houston Astros. They almost fooled their fans that had been waiting patiently all afternoon. No there was no joke of their trashcan banging or of a buzzer, but alas they got the final dig.

Bravo Nationals Twitter team, bravo. 

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