Gerardo Parra galvanized, a team, a fan base and even an entire city when he introduced "Baby Shark" to the Nationals.
Parra may not be a member of the Nats anymore, but Baby Shark lives on, especially for Max Scherzer.
In an interview with Todd Dybas on the Nationals Talk Podcast, Scherzer talked about how he's glad he can look back on Baby Shark fondly and how his daughter Brooklyn still listens to the song every day.
"Brook loves Baby Shark," Scherzer said. "I'm just so glad we won the World Serie so that when we play that song, at least I always have a good thought. At least I have a good memory of Baby Shark because I have to hear that song every day."
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Parra's now playing in Japan, the spring training for the 2020 season has begun and the Nationals must now focus on winning another championship, something no National League team has done since the Reds in 1976.
Maybe Washington will be able to recapture some of the Baby Shark madness by letting Parra throw out the first pitch. He's already said he wants to do it for the home opener.
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