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ESPN Greenlights ‘Titanic’ Remake Starring Kurt Suzuki and Donald Trump

by Alex Poletti
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Inspired by the shared moment between catcher Kurt Suzuki and President Donald Trump during the Washington Nationals’ White House visit, ESPN has announced that they will be producing a remake of the 1997 hit James Cameron film “Titanic,” with the World Series champ and the former real estate mogul in the leading roles.

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Gerardo Parra Reveals to Nationals that World Series Ring Was Inside Them All Along

by Alex Poletti
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Acting as a clubhouse leader throughout the 2019 postseason en route to a World Series championship, outfielder Gerardo Parra had a message for his fellow Washington teammates: the World Series ring that they all wanted so badly was inside them all along.

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‘My Life is Incomplete Without a World Series Win’ Says Multi-Millionaire Justin Verlander, Consoled by Supermodel Wife

by Alex Poletti
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Despite pitching admirably, allowing three runs in five innings, Justin Verlander was no match for Stephen Strasburg in game six of the World Series. Verlander was tagged with the loss, his sixth in seven starts in the Fall Classic, extending his streak for most starts without a win on baseball’s biggest stage. With his daughter, supermodel wife, hundreds of millions of dollars and dozens of vintage cars surrounding him, the Cy Young candidate expressed frustration that his life wasn’t that good.

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Nationals Fans Still Surprised After Blowing Two-Game Lead in Playoffs

by Alex Poletti
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Following two statement wins in Houston to take a commanding lead in the Word Series, the National League champions dropped three straight at home and are now on the brink of elimination. Despite following a clear pattern, Nationals fans are somehow still shocked after Washington blew a two-game lead in October.

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Astros Fans Eagerly Await Sports Illustrated to Predict Next World Series Championship

by Alex Poletti
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Down two games to zero in the 2019 World Series, Houston Astros fans have turned back to Sports Illustrated to predict their next World Series win, who called their 2017 championship run in 2014.

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20-Year-Old Phenom Juan Soto Rushes Back to Psych Lecture After Skipping Class to Play in World Series

by Alex Poletti

The hero in game one against the Houston Astros, Washington Nationals left fielder Juan Soto couldn’t celebrate long, as the 20-year-old had to rush back to the psych lecture he skipped to play in the World Series.

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Bryce Harper Tries to Sneak Back into Nationals Clubhouse During NLCS Game Three

by Alex Poletti

Realizing he backed the wrong horse at the beginning of the 2019 season, Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper tried to sneak back into the clubhouse of his former team, the Washington Nationals, as they played the third game of the NLCS against the St. Louis Cardinals.

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