For the third time in five years, the San Francisco Giants earned the right to visit the White House and President Barack Obama. The club played in San Francisco on Wednesday, and with the day off before starting a three-game series in Philadelphia, they stopped by D.C. for their bi-annual visit. (Obama dropped a Hunter Pence sign quote in there).

The Giants posted a plethora of fun, interesting photos on their twitter page. You can check all of them out here. Pence loved Obama’s “Hunter Pence sign” as you can see here:

Obama was given a chair for his kind words and his restraint to continuously talk about the White Sox’ chances at a championship.  

On to Philadelphia for the Giants as they try to stop their five-game losing streak.

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Jacob Fagan

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