Nationals Park opened its gates to dogs on Sunday for "Pups in the Park." Humans and their doggos got to sit in outfield section 140-143 with tickets being $30 per person and $10 per canine.
The Nationals ended up losing to the Reds, but that didn't put a damper on the afternoon for the guests of honor.
Sometimes, its a blessing not to know what's going on. Just check out these ten happy puppers.
1. Teddy, who's cuter than any racing president
2. Steve, who looks great in hats
3. Penny, who probably wasn't easy to carry around
4. Apollo, a Nats fan from a young age
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5. Ellie, who plans to use this photo for #TongueOutTuesday
6. Auryn, who isn't even watching the game
7. Moussie, who trimmed his beard just for the occasion
8. Dasher, obviously the favorite granddog
Celebrating my Grandpa's birthday at Pups in the Park! 🐶⚾️🌭#baseball #nationals #gonats #hotdog #dachshundsofinstagram #wienerdog #dachshundpuppy #doxiesofinstagram #doxie #dasher #dachshundlovers #sausagedogcentral #sausagedogsofinstagram #dachshundoftheday #dachshundobsessed #handsomepup #getalonglittledoggie #wienerlove #doxielove #dachshundsofdc #pupsinthepark
9. Bentley and Abby, whose moms can be overbearing
10. PJ, who squeezed into this selfie at the last minute
Washington is now 13-19 in days games this season, significantly worse than their 31-11 night record. But these furry friends don't know that!
MORE NATIONALS: Roark's shaky start dooms Nats in loss to Reds
WASHINGTON (AP) – Scooter Gennett homered and got four hits, and the Cincinnati Reds scored five times in the first inning off Tanner Roark en route to a 6-2 victory over Washington Nationals on Sunday.
The Reds won for just the second time in 15 games. Gennett's four hits were his most since he got five while becoming the 17th major league player homer four times in a game on June 6.
Gennett had an RBI single in the first and hit his 11th home run in the second. The second baseman also threw out Brian Goodwin at the plate on a fifth-inning relay, preventing Bryce Harper from recording an RBI on a three-hit day.
Scott Feldman (6-5) pitched seven innings. He allowed both runs on Michael Taylor's 11th homer.
Roark (6-5) gave up six runs over six innings and 115 pitches after requiring 40 to complete the first. The right-hander has now yielded 19 runs over his last three starts as his ERA has risen more than a run to 5.15.
Billy Hamilton led off the game with a double and scored a single by Gennett. Joey Votto also singled, and Gennett scored on Harper's throwing error from right field.
A grounder made it 3-0 before Tucker Barnhart hit a two-out, two-run double off Harper's outstretched glove.
Gennett homered into the Nationals' bullpen in the second.
Taylor homered in the fourth. He connected twice Saturday in Washington's 18-3 romp.
Reds: 3B Eugenio Suarez was out of the starting lineup for the first time since June 8, but came in as a defensive replacement and popped out in the ninth. He is hitting .180 over his last 17 games and is just 2 for 18 on the Reds' road trip.
Nationals: LHP Sammy Solis (elbow) made a fifth rehab outing on Saturday night, retiring two batters on 11 pitches.
Reds: LHP Brandon Finnegan (1-0, 2.70) draws the start Monday at St. Louis in a makeup game from an April 29 rainout. It is Finnegan's first outing since going on the disabled list with a left shoulder injury on April 16.
Nationals: Begin a four-game home series against the Cubs, who are combined .206 (20 for 97) against Gio Gonzalez (7-1, 2.96), Washington's starter on Monday.
MORE NATIONALS: Nats clobber Reds 18-3