Sharks, cigars, and shirtless dancing: Here’s the Washington Nationals Championship Parade and Rally in photos
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The nation’s capital hosted a championship parade on Constitution Avenue on Saturday – its second in two years. Hundreds of thousands of fans, many already wearing Nationals’ World Series championship gear, crammed against metal railings, stood on benches and metal trash cans, and lined the steps of the National Archives building to get a view of their favorite players.
The parade officially started at 2 PM after two jets flew over. Double-decker buses adorned with World Series champion logos and shark graphics slowly began making their way down the street.