AFTER WASHINGTON NATIONALS BEAT HOUSTON ASTROS TO WIN THE BASEBALL WORLD SERIES SHOWS: WASHINGTON D.C., UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 31, 2019) (TWITTER/@VICCI82 - MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY TWITTER/@VICCI82) 1.
AN UNIDENTIFIED BUS DRIVER COMING OFF HIS BUS AND CELEBRATING WITH MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC AFTER HIS BASEBALL TEAM - THE WASHINGTON NATIONALS - WON THE WORLD SERIES STORY: A bus driver was delirious on Wednesday (October 30) evening after hearing that the Washington Nationals had won their maiden Major League Baseball World Series title.
After the Nationals won 6-2 away to Houston Astros in a winner-take-all Game Seven the bus driver jumped off his bus celebrating, dancing and hugging random members of the public.
For the Nationals, who began playing in the U.S. capital in 2005 when the Montreal Expos moved there and changed their name, the win put the finishing touches to a stunning turnaround after they began the season with a miserable 19-31 record.
Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver has died. Seaver died Monday in his sleep of complications of Lewy body dementia and Covid-19. The three-time Cy Young Award winner and 12-time all-star, was 75 years old. Seaver, known as "Tom Terrific," won 311 games and had a 2.86 earned-run average over a 20-year career. CNN reports he was a member of the 1969 "Miracle Mets," winning the team's first World Series that year. Seaver also played for the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago White Sox, and Boston Red Sox.
Tom Seaver, the Hall-of-Fame pitcher who won more than 300 games during his Major League Baseball career and led the New York Mets to their unlikely 1969 World Series championship, has died at the age of 75. Gloria Tso reports.
The Washington Nationals stunned the Houston Astros 6-2 in a winner-take-all Game Seven on Wednesday to secure their maiden Major League Baseball World Series title in a Fall Classic unlike any other...