Saturday, June 12, 2021

Report: The Return of “Baby Shark” Gerardo Parra to the Washington Nationals

Washington Nationals fan favorite Gerardo Parra will be returing to the Washington Nationals per Reports.

According to Talk “Huge news for #Nats fans from Jake Burns, Executive VP, Business Operations, Washington Nationals, that if the #Nats have fans back in the stands they’re planning a #SUNGLASSES game #giveaway w/ sunglasses similar to those worn by Gerardo Parra and Anibal Sanchez made famous!”

According to Chelsea Janes, Washington Post National Baseball writer the Washington Nationals are bringing Gerardo Parra back on a minor-league deal. Gerardo Parra will have a chance to make the club out of spring training.

On November 20, 2019, Parra signed a one-year contract with the Yomiuri Giants of Nippon Professional Baseball. After the season completed, he became a free agent and from the looks of it, he will be returing to the Washington Nationals.

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In 2019 with the Nationals he batted .250/.300/.447. Between the Giants and the Nationals combined, in 2019 he batted .234/.293/.391 with nine home runs and 48 RBIs in 274 at bats.

During his time with the Nationals, at the suggestion of his children, Parra changed his walk-up music to the popular children’s song “Baby Shark”.

We will update the article with more information as it becomes available.

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