Major League Baseball announced today the premiere of a documentary film, “The 2019 World Series,” will take place Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. at The Anthem in Washington, D.C.
The documentary will show highlights from the Nationals’ improbable and incredible run from 12 games below .500 in late May to the franchise’s first-ever world championship with 12 wins in October.
The red carpet event will include first baseman Ryan Zimmerman - who was the Nats’ first-ever draft pick - general manager Mike Rizzo and members of the Lerner family, the Nationals’ owners.
Tickets go on sale today at 10 a.m. at nationals.com/documentary.
The documentary was produced by MLB Network and narrated by “NBC Today” and former WRC-TV Channel 4 anchor Craig Melvin, who also will be in attendance. More special guests are expected to be confirmed in the coming week.
Fans with tickets can take photos with the Commissioner’s Trophy. The Nationals mascots will be there to greet fans. The Anthem is located at 901 Wharf Street, SW.