The Washington Nationals paid a powerful tribute to the victims of the massacre in Orlando as part of the Nationals Night OUT yesterday.
Before the Nats took the field, the sold-out crowd took a moment to remember the 49 people who died in the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub on Sunday.
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, D.C., gathered around home plate and sang “True Colors” as a giant rainbow flag was opened up over the pitcher’s mound. Tommy McFly was on the field to capture the moment.
Afterward, country singer Ty Herndon sang the National Anthem, and Emmy winner Leslie Jordan threw out the first pitch.
See a photos of the tribute below.
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