In what was likely an effort to humiliate President Trump, the Washington Nationals who made President Trump the only elected President in US history to not be invited to throw the first pitch on Opening day, shared an announcement on Twitter about their invitation for media elected Joe Biden, to throw the first pitch on Opening Day of the 2021 season.
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) November 8, 2020
The Hill – “We’re excited to continue the long-standing tradition of sitting Presidents throwing out the first pitch at the home of the national pastime in our nation’s capital,” the Washington, D.C.-based club said in a social media post over the weekend. The post was accompanied by a photo of Biden and his wife Jill at Nationals Park during his time as Vice President.
In 2019, President Trump and First Lady Melania were booed by swamp members and liberals who make up a large portion of the population in Washington DC, as they appeared on the large screen of the fifth game of the World Series at the Nationals Park.
Trump booed pic.twitter.com/9yFGKYjkga
— Jesse Yomtov (@JesseYomtov) October 28, 2019
Biden thew out the first pitch at Camden Yards in Baltimore on Major League Baseball’s Opening Day in 2009, ESPN reported, just months after he and former president Barack Obama had been elected to the White House.