On Tuesday, a gathering of recent Crimson Tide graduates turned NFL pros met up in Baltimore, MD for a baseball game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Washington Nationals.

The game is known locally as the "Battle of the Beltway" as a reference to the loops interstate 95 makes around both cities.

Slade Bolden shared a photo of himself, Jayln Armour-Davis, Brian Robinson, Jr., and Phidarian Mathis at the game. Bolden and Armour-Davis, both recently signed by the Baltimore Ravens, sported Orioles Jerseys while Mathis and Robinson, both drafted by the Washington Commanders, rocked Nationals jerseys.

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Mathis and Robinson's jerseys were customized to match their roster numbers on the Commanders. Mathis wears No. 98 and Robinson wears No. 8.

Mathis was taken at No. 47 overall by the Commanders and Robinson at No. 98. They join fellow Crimson Tide alumni Jonathan Allen, Daron Payne and Chris Sims in Washington.

Armour-Davis was taken by Baltimore at 119 overall and Bolden signed as an undrafted free agent. Their arrival makes Marlon Humphrey no longer the only alumni on the team.

Naturally, the team from the city with more Alabama players went on to win in a 3-0 shutout. The four will have the chance to share a field again when the Ravens and Commanders play each other in week three of the NFL pre-season.

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