The Nationals have quite the reputation of picking up silly celebrations and traditions. From “Baby Shark,” to home run dugout dancing, it’s all a part of what ultimately held the clubhouse together.
The Nats even adopted Pedro Capó’s “Calma,” as their unofficial anthem.
So, it wasn’t a surprise when Nationals closer Sean Doolittle went to Twitter to express his support after "Calma" won Song of the Year at 2019 Latin Grammys on Thursday night.
“Calma” became a signature song for the team thanks to second baseman Brian Dozier who was clearly in love with the song. When the Nats clinched the playoff, a video of Dozier dancing in the locker room went viral.
I kept waiting for Doz to dance across the stage— Obi-Sean Kenobi Doolittle (@whatwouldDOOdo) November 15, 2019
Capó even made an appearance prior to Game 5 of the World Series and spent time with Dozier and the team. It gets even better than that, Capó joined in with Dozier for a duet of his song and posted a "Let's go Nats" on his own Instagram story.
It's safe to say that both the Nationals and Capó have mutual support for one another and Doolittle's nice gesture on Twitter could have partly been in thanks for getting the team through the season.
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