WATCH: President Obama Stops by Little League Game in Washington

President Obama took an unexpected side trip on his way to a fundraiser Monday night — he stopped at a Little League game. 

Obama popped by Friendship Park in Northwest Washington and chatted with four co-ed Little League teams warming up before their games.

Obama was dressed in more of a Presidential than baseball uniform — dress pants, white shirt and tie — but he still played a bit of ball.

He grabbed a baseball and lobbed it to home plate, where Danny Ringel, 10, caught it.

“You saved me from grounding,” Obama said.

He then posed for photos with the very excited players.

“I don’t want to break up the game,” Obama said. “Let’s get a picture quick.”

After yet another round of photos, Obama implored the players to “get back to drills” ahead of their games.

But the kids might have trouble concentrating.

“Omg, it’s a dream come true,” one player said of Obama’s visit to another.

Obama then headed to a fundraiser in Maryland, where tickets ranged from $10,000 to $32,000 per couple. That could buy a whole lot of goodies at a concession stand.

SOURCE: Katie Zezima 
The Washington Post

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