Watch as the Army Chorus breaks out in song to wish the Washington Nationals luck in the World Series.
Let's go, Nats!
The United States Army Chorus tweeted out a video last week cheering on the Washington Nationals in their quest to win the World Series.
During their Friday rehearsal, the Army Chorus broke out into the "Baby Shark" song (which has become the Nats' unofficial World Series anthem, thanks to outfielder Gerardo Parra), eventually changing the lyrics to "Let's go, Nats," and breaking into a choreographed dance. This video will undoubtedly put a smile on your face!
Watch the video below:
Just your average Friday rehearsal with The U.S. Army Chorus. It's hard to contain our excitement, but we wish both teams in this year's MLB #WorldSeries the best of luck! #babyshark #GoNats #usarmyband pic.twitter.com/4WRNualJ9h— The U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own” (@theusarmyband) October 25, 2019
(Side Note: As the child of a retired Army Chorus member, this video was particularly meaningful to me!)
You can check out this video on their Facebook page as well!
After Game 6 of the World Series, the Nats and the Astros are all tied up at three wins apiece. Game 7 will take place tonight, a little after 8 p.m. ET.
What did you think of this video? Have you been to one of the U.S. Army Chorus's concerts? Tell us your thoughts on their dance moves in the comments!