Entering play Tuesday, the last time Howie Kendrick hit a home run was Game 7 of the World Series.
That changed in the second inning against the Mets, when Kendrick launched a no-doubter 414 feet into the seats in left-center field to put the Nationals up 1-0 in the second inning.
When he got back to the dugout, Kendrick was greeted by his teammates ready to host a dance party and celebrate his homer. Kendrick walked down the steps before greeting his fellow Nationals with, well, this…
We’re not sure what that was, but normalcy returned when he joined outfielder Adam Eaton on the bench for their “clutch and drive” celebration.
I've missed this sound a lot pic.twitter.com/CEXDxqeNMC— Blake Finney (@FinneyBlake) August 4, 2020
At least 2020 hasn’t taken that away yet.
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