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These were the most popular videos of 2019

Relive the biggest moments of the last year of this decade with a stroll down (video) memory lane.

WASHINGTON D.C., DC — It was a busy year for the DMV! The Nationals became World Series champions (no, we are not over it yet, and yes, we still have "Baby Shark" stuck in our heads), a chicken sandwich became so popular that fights over line-cutting turned fatal, and a sweet Pit Bull pup was left for dead, but made a miraculous recovery. 

Let's recap 2019 by revisiting the nine most-watched videos of the year. 

1) Cheers, chants of 'lock him up' greet President Trump at World Series

President Donald Trump saw a range of reaction as he attended Game 5 of the World Series at Nationals Park, from cheers and thumbs-up gestures to boos and chants of "lock him up."

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2) Love and pork - The Filipino feast you eat with your hands

WUSA9's Ariane Datil takes you to Kuya Ja, a Filipino gem that hosts a traditional Kinamot dinner... a dinner that invites you to eat with your hands. 

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3) Why do Nats fans sing 'Baby Shark' during the games?

Washington Nationals outfielder Gerardo Parra began using "Baby Shark" as his walk-up song in June, as a request from his kids. Many Nats fans credit the levity of the song to helping the Nats climb their way out of a deep slump to become champions. 

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4) Man stabbed to death while cutting line to get Popeyes chicken sandwich in Maryland

Ricoh McClain, 30, and Kevin Davis, 28, were waiting in line for the newly-released Popeyes chicken sandwich on Nov. 4 when Davis worked his way to the front of a line of customers waiting for service, police said. Seconds later, police said the argument was taken outside to the parking lot and Davis was stabbed.

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5) Nats fan who caught a home run ball while holding two beers is now at Game 6, thanks to Bud Light

A fan out in center field was in the position so many baseball fans have dreamed about: staring down a home run ball headed right at you. The only problem? He was double fisting, and he wasn't going to give those beers up.

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6) 'I'm not a racist' | Man blames autism for calling police on black women at swimming pool

Nick Starr-Street, who lives with autism, was recorded calling police on two women on July 22 and July 23 for having glass bottles at the pool at the Edition Apartments in Hyattsville. The women believed they were racially profiled, but Starr-Street told WUSA9 that race didn't play a factor during the encounters. Instead, he blames his autism.

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7) 'We thought he was dead' | Shepherd the miracle puppy is recovering, but who dumped him?

This 9-month-old pit bull puppy was dumped in a gutter like a piece of garbage. We got our first look at his recovery. There's a $10,000 reward for an arrest.

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8) 30 years ago: DC's crack kingpin Rayful Edmond arrested at just 24. Here's how he built his empire

After nearly 30 years in prison. D.C.'s biggest drug dealer could be on his way home. Rayful Edmond III has spent most of that time divided between maximum security and witness protection. Here's a look at how he rose to power. 

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9) Kuznetsov denies drug use after video surfaces showing Capitals star near white powdery substance

Capitals star Evgeny Kuznetsov denied ever using drugs, despite a video surfacing on social media that showed the forward sitting near a table that had two lines of a white powdery substance. In a statement, Kuznetsov said "I have never used drugs and do not intend to. If you have questions, I am ready to undergo a medical examination."

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