The legend of Bud Light guy continues.
One of the most exciting storylines from this year's World Series — besides, ya know, the Washington Nationals winning the whole darn thing — has been the formation of the newest American hero.
Jeff Adams, the fan who took a World Series home run to the chest while double-fisting Bud Lights, continues to become more and more of a national icon. After getting his own bus for the Nationals' World Series parade, Adams made an appearance at the Washington Capitals game and won the "slap shot challenge" during the second intermission.
Of course, in the same epic style that he's risen to fame, Adams won the challenge at the last second and is walking away with free Bud Light at Caps home games as a result.
The Capitals' game has been a lot of fun for everyone in Washington, but Adams joins the Nationals players in having just a little bit extra fun.
Adam Eaton and his teammates have consumed plenty of their own Bud Light, celebrating their World Series victory in style.
Just like the Nationals players, Bud Light guy is really living his best life.
MORE NATIONALS NEWS:
- Go, Adam!: Eaton celebrates with beer through his shirt
- What to do?: Will Nats have to choose between Strasburg and Rendon?
- Class act: Nationals congratulate Astros on great season