In this Oct. 4, 1924, photo made available by the Library of Congress, Washington Senators manager Stanley "Bucky" Harris, left, and New York Giants manager John McGraw shake hands on the top step of the Giants dugout before the World Series in Washington.Like this year's Washington Nationals, the 1924 World Series champion Washington Senators generated excitement in a city starved for a baseball winner. The Nats will begin their quest for the city's second championship when the playoffs begin this weekend.(AP Photo/Library of Congress)

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In this Oct. 4, 1924, photo made available by the Library of Congress, Washington Senators manager Stanley "Bucky" Harris, left, and New York Giants manager John McGraw shake hands on the top step of the Giants dugout before the World Series in Washington.Like this year's Washington Nationals, the 1924 World Series champion Washington Senators generated excitement in a city starved for a baseball winner. The Nats will begin their quest for the city's second championship when the playoffs begin this weekend.(AP Photo/Library of Congress)
In this Oct. 4, 1924, photo made available by the Library of Congress, Washington Senators manager Stanley "Bucky" Harris, left, and New York Giants manager John McGraw shake hands on the top step of the Giants dugout before the World Series in Washington.Like this year's Washington Nationals, the 1924 World Series champion Washington Senators generated excitement in a city starved for a baseball winner. The Nats will begin their quest for the city's second championship when the playoffs begin this weekend.(AP Photo/Library of Congress)
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