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Dugout Mugs Make a World Series Parade Appearance

November 11, 2019

Dugout Mugs Make a World Series Parade Appearance


Saturday, November 2, 2019, the Washington Nationals took to the DC streets to celebrate their very first victory. The MLB champions were celebrating in style, too! No matter where the cameras looked, they couldn’t help but find a Dugout Mug. Our baseball bat mugs were seen in the crowds, in the back pockets of world champions, and often while taking a hefty swig.


Pitcher Wander Suero gets it. There is truly only one way to really enjoy a celebratory sip for the World Series Champions: from a baseball bat drinking mug from Dugout Mugs. It looks like there may be a new design hiding behind his hand, too.

AND IT IS! We teamed up with Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez to present the “Stay in the Fight” Dugout Mug. The team’s mantra all throughout the playoffs is right there on one side; laser-engraved for the highest possible quality. Dave loves his, you will too!

Hitting Coach Joe Dillon swigs for the fences, too. Here he is interacting with screaming fans atop their parade bus, Dugout Mug in hand. We can’t quite tell which one he is holding, but we can safely assume it’s a Washington Nationals Championship mug.

Even the MLB couldn’t help but show us some love. Pictured below, on their official Instagram account, is a photo of the World Champions celebrating in their city. If you look closely, you’ll see a bat mug at center-stage, right below the Commissioner’s Trophy (lifted by Gerardo Parra). Again, it’s tough to tell which design is on the side, but we’ll take a hint from the baby shark sitting inside the trophy that it’s the Baby Shark Dugout Mug.

Try to ignore Brian Dozier and Adam Eaton— this is all about what’s hiding in Anibal Sanchez’ back pocket. Is that…? Could it be…? ANOTHER “Stay in the Fight” Dave Martinez Dugout Mug?! It sure is. Don’t miss out on getting yours here. 

We love seeing the world champions swigging for the fences. This year’s fall classic was one of the most exciting in recent memory, and they finished it off in style.