Dusty Baker, Virginia McLaurin

Virginia McLaurin is in her 108th year on earth, and so far, it may be her most fun.

You may remember McLaurin, who earned fame when she went to the White House to celebrate Black History Month. There, she danced with Barack and Michelle Obama, and video of her celebration went viral.

Not long after, she celebrated her 107th birthday in March with the Harlem Globetrotters. Now, McLaurin has been found dancing in Washington again -- this time with Nationals manager Dusty Baker.

Baker, the Nationals' manager, presented McLaurin with a custom Nationals jersey. McLaurin, who was born in 1909, has seen two editions of the Washington Senators and one Nationals come through the nation's capital.

McLaurin's appearance was part of the Nationals' celebration of Black Heritage Day. The Nationals edged the Cardinals, 2-1.

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