A gay couple got engaged during the baseball game in Washington DC


It has always been pleasant to watch public proposals for marriage. As a matter of fact, LGBT couples’ proposals in front of crowds of people became a tendency over the recent years. Just remember famous police officers, who got engaged during a London Pride Parade in 2016, or a rugby player’s proposal to his boyfriend during the same London Pride, but in 2017. Also, a 2017 London Pride March gave us adorable moments of a lesbian woman’s proposal in front of enchanted audience to her girlfriend, who was marching the event as a transport police officer. Beyond that, a Liverpool Pride celebration of 2017 saw its own amazing rugby-themed engagement in front of hundreds of people, when a rugby player threw a ball with the words “Will you marry me?” written on it to his boyfriend.

The few last month of 2017 has been marked with another touching engagement of two loving hearts. During a game in Washington between the home crowd’s Nationals and the Pittsburgh Pirates, the camera panned to two hardcore Nationals fans – Ty Fleming and Tyler Garrison. When the Nationals’ mascot Screech the bald eagle handed Ty a special box, man could only pronounce: “Oh my God!”Just that moment, Tyler went down on one knee, opened the last box and popped his long-awaited question. Of course, his partner Ty accepted the ring and the couple hugged and kissed each other. Delighted and jubilant crowds supported and congratulated the newly engaged gay couple.


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