The annual Congressional Baseball Game has become a staple of bipartisanship in the political capital of Washington, D.C. The game is played between opposing members of Congress. Politicians practice for weeks leading up to the event.
Thursday night's game, played at Nationals Park, comes a day after a gunman opened fire on Republicans who were practicing for the game on a ball field in Virginia. Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., was criticially injured and four others were hurt.
Lawmakers, fans and players react to the Congressional Baseball Game: