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The Washington Nationals are retiring their famous chocolate syrup celebrations.

By Extra Mustard
March 14, 2016

The Washington Nationals are retiring their famous chocolate syrup celebrations.

In an interview with SiriusXM MLB Radio on Friday, pitcher Max Scherzer, who has been at the center of most of the antics, said it was time for the team to put the chocolate syrup bottles away.

“That was last year,” Scherzer said, according to The Washington Post. “That was just a one-year thing. It was kind of a spur of the moment how it even came about. We’ll look for a new way try to have some more fun this year, in ’16.”

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No more of these:

No one is happier than MASN clubhouse reporter Dan Kolko.

– Kenny Ducey

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