White House press secretary Jen Psaki threw the first pitch at National Park on Sunday, a day after a shooting outside the stadium halted play in the sixth inning.
video of the moment Posted on Twitter by Deputy Press Secretary Chris Meagher reveals the large number of vacant seats in the park.
Saki, who had been scheduled for the honors ahead of Saturday’s shooting, stepped out of the park, standing in front of the pitcher’s mound, but managed to make it to home plate – last year’s Dr. A huge improvement on Anthony Fauci’s disastrous performance.
Fauci’s offer flopped on the ground well of home plate in June last year.
On Friday, the Washington Nationals announced that Psaki would throw the first pitch before a game between the Nets and the San Diego Padres.
The announcement came ahead of the team’s “William & Mary Day,” which honors the press secretary’s alma mater in Virginia.
On Saturday night, after a shooting outside the stadium that injured three, including a fan, abruptly shortened play in the sixth inning, play resumed on Sunday.