Gerardo Parra wants a Baby Shark tattoo if the Nationals win the World Series
Baby Shark took over the Nationals' second half of the season and it could live on forever if they win the World Series.
The song plays every time Gerardo Parra comes to the plate. The crowds love it. They participate in a giant group clap. It is an internet sensation. His teammates love it.
And after the Nationals won the National League Championship Series, Parra said in an interview on MLB Network that he wants to get the Baby Shark tattooed on his chest wearing his signature sunglasses and holding the World Series trophy if Washington goes on to win.
"I wanna do a tattoo with a baby shark, my sunglasses and the trophy," Parra said.
You cannot make this stuff up. Somebody will have to come up with a sweet design for Parra if the Nationals go on to win the World Series. He should probably do it anyway, but it would be cooler if they win.MORE NATIONALS NEWS: Gerardo Parra wants a Baby Shark tattoo if the Nationals win the World Series originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
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