Dr. Anthony Fauci threw the ceremonial first pitch before the Washington Nationals’ season opener against the New York Yankees, Thursday night.
Fauci wore a Nationals’ gold-trimmed jersey and hat as well as a World Series champions mask.
Dr. Anthony Fauci threw out the first pitch before the Nationals-Yankees game. pic.twitter.com/04Tbkh7Voa
— ESPN (@espn) July 23, 2020
The doc tried a curveball and it curved way too much.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 23, 2020
Fauci finally flattened the curve pic.twitter.com/I0zUwbl6OH
— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) July 23, 2020
What Phatty said.
He was simply demonstrating the US covid response
— Phatty McPatty (@Phatty_McPatty) July 23, 2020
After it was over, Fauci took a socially distant photo with Sean Doolittle who caught the pitch.
The day before, Fauci joked with Jake Tapper that “I hope I don’t bounce it too much.” He did, but I hope he doesn’t sweat it too much. I’m sure he’ll have more opportunities in the future.
Before the celebration on the mound, the Nationals raised a World Series championship flag out in centerfield court.
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) July 23, 2020
Let’s go Nats!
Screenshot courtesy of ESPN
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