Did you remember where you were when the Washington Nationals won the World Series?
Well, it was just under a month ago, but it is not too soon to take a walk down memory lane. The Nats announced “The 2019 World Series” documentary will premiere Monday, Dec. 2, at The Anthem in D.C.
Nats first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, general manager Mike Rizzo, and the Lerner family will host a red carpet and screening of the documentary, produced by MLB Network, and offer fans the chance to pose with the Commissioner’s Trophy.
The red carpet begins at 6 p.m. and the film at 7, with Zimmerman, Rizzo, and other special guests taking part in a ceremony before the screening.
Tickets went on sale Thursday, Nov. 21. Tickets are $35 and general admission.
“Remember where you are, so you’ll remember where you were…” Listen as the incomparable @CharlieSlowes delivers the Nationals into baseball history. The final out from tonight’s World Series-advancing victory: pic.twitter.com/WlBCb02dzQ
— 106.7 The Fan (@1067theFan) October 16, 2019