Nats' path to World Series offers unity in divided D.C.
Clip: 10/17/2019 | 4m 11s Video has closed captioning.
For the first time since 1933, Washington, D.C., finally has a baseball team going to the World Series. William Brangham reports on the Nationals' unlikely run to the fall classic, and what hometown pride means for the nation's capital at a time when politics are roiled by controversy and division.
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