DC comes out for the Nationals World Series Parade
Nationals World Series parade
After winning their first World Series in franchise history and D.C.'s first World Series championship since 1924, follow along as the Nationals celebrate with the city in their championship parade.
The best view in the city
From the top of the Newseum downtown, fans get a birds-eye view of the parade all the way down to the Capitol building.
With Baby Shark becoming the official playoff anthem of the Nationals, one fan donned a shark-themed World Series cape.
Mike Rizzo and Davey Martinez pose with the championship trophy along the parade route.
Get the whole family involved
If you needed some wholesome Nationals parade content, here it is.
The racing presidents were also present for the parade, with Abe Lincoln leading the route on his bike.
Live every day like its Scherzday
Max Scherzer reaches out to fans along parade route.
A shot of confetti
Red confetti rained down Constitution Avenue, and this fan made sure to get a picture that would immortalize the celebration.
The Nats board these double-decker busses typically used for tours of the District to celebrate with their fans.
Adam Eaton is ready to party
Adam Eaton is now a World Series champion, so he's going to make sure he celebrates the right way.
Confetti rains down
In front of the National Archives, confetti pours down onto the crowd watching the parade.
Keep on dancing
Victor Robles and company dance atop one of the many busses carrying the Nationals down Constitution Avenue.
Gerardo Parra imitates the Baby Shark chomping motion, the first of many times that celebration would be used on Saturday.
Winning the World Series? Bryceless
Fans watching the parade had to make do with the jerseys they had, and one fan decided Bryce Harper wasn't worthy of recognition.
Taking it all in
Pitcher Stephen Strasburg snaps a few photos of the fans throughout the parade.
Turned it around
Trea Turner waves to fans from the top of one of the busses.
We're all World Series champions now
This young D.C. sports fan made sure he was a part of the festivities.
Get your merch!
Vendors along the route provided a range of merchandise fans could celebrate with, including pennants and signs.
Anything for a view
Fans climbed onto whatever they could to get a view of the parade, including this easy-to-stand-on statue.
This security guard is FEELING HIMSELF
Music played along the parade route after its conclusion, and this security guard couldn't help but bust out some moves for Whitney Houston's classic, "I Wanna Dance with Somebody."