(Washington, DC) -- The Boston Red Sox are celebrating their World Series championship in the nation's capital. The team visited with President Obama at the White House in honor of winning last year's Fall Classic.
Boston beat St. Louis in six games last October to cap an unforgettable championship run just one year after finishing in last place in its division. The Red Sox also took time while in D.C. to visit with wounded soldiers at the Walter Reed Medical Center.
President Obama pokes fun at the bushy beards all the Red Sox players wore last year.
President Obama says three World Series titles since 2004 proves the Curse of the Bambino is in the past.
President Obama says the Red Sox have been so great in the community as well as on the field.