President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden racks up union endorsements ahead of crucial primaries CPAC attendee tests positive for coronavirus Biden campaign unveils biggest ad purchase of 2020 cycle MORE on Sunday golfed with current and former Washington Nationals at his West Palm Beach golf club, according to photos posted by some of the players.
Pitcher Patrick Corbin posted photos on his Instagram page of the outing with the caption, “So this happened today…got to golf with the President!” He included a photo of Trump signing a hat and group photos of the players in attendance.
Others who joined Trump on the course included first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, catcher Kurt Suzuki, shortstop Trea Turner and former outfielder Jayson Werth. The Nationals’ spring training facility is also located in West Palm Beach.
The White House typically does not disclose the president’s activities while he visits his golf clubs, and the press office did not do so on Sunday. Trump has been staying at his Mar-a-Lago estate since Friday, and will return to Washington, D.C., on Monday.
The Nationals won the World Series last year, defeating the Houston Astros in seven games. Trump attended game five at Nationals Park, where he was vociferously booed by fans when he was shown on the video screen.
Most of the team made the trip to the White House for a celebratory visit in November. Suzuki donned a “Make America Great Again” hat and received a bear hug from the president as he stepped up to speak.
Zimmerman thanked Trump for inviting him, for keeping the country safe and for “continuing to make America the greatest country to live in the world.” The first baseman presented Trump with a personalized Nationals jersey, with the number 45 on the back.