An October 1, 1924 motorcade down Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, for the Washington Senators, following their first pennant victory.
The Senators went on to win the 1924 World Series over the New York Giants, 4-3. That team included Hall of Famers: Goose Goslin, Bucky Harris, Walter Johnson, and Sam Rice.
Washington was continuously home to a major league baseball team from 1901-1971. Currently, the Nationals are one of two MLB franchises (and only one in the National League) that has never played in a World Series (the Seattle Mariners are the other).