"We saw the Caps' parade, so I'm sure (ours is) going to be pretty similar," Nats outfielder Adam Eaton said. "Those guys partied as well as anybody could have. They set the bar really high. So we're excited to be able to have a similar situation. Thanks to those guys for kind of paving the way for us. We've been so close with the Capitals since I've been here."
"We kind of had a chip on our shoulder, wanting to go in there and prove something," he said. "We're going back to their place where we've had some success. Hopefully we can have that villain mentality and come together as a group."
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