The Washington Nationals’ first-historically speaking World Series celebration is by all accounts getting very insane after only one night. In the wake of winning a sink or swim Game 7 in Houston to catch the franchise’s first title, the Nats celebrated during that time and evidently did some harm to the trophy they’d quite recently earned.
Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle shared a photograph, alongside a wide-running audit, of the trophy on Thursday, and a astute observer may see that the equipment is feeling the loss of certain parts. A few of the banners on the Commissioner’s Trophy watch bowed strange, while a few more appear to miss in real life.
The harm was apparently done fairly at an early stage, potentially during the clubhouse festivity, as it seemed, by all accounts, to be as of now harmed when it was taken in the group contract back to D.C.
Doolittle takes note of that players endeavored to utilize the trophy as a drinking vessel, an oat bowl and a cap through the course of their first night together, and that is only the stuff he was eager to share. It appears just as that thing may have a long and courageous winter in front of it.
In the event that the Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup celebration a late spring back set the bar for D.C. championship parties, the Nats will need to place in a ton of work (and put down a great lot of beers) to arrive at that bar. It appears they’re set for a decent start.