MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (WJZ) — The death of longtime Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings and the Washington Nationals’ World Series win were among the top-searched terms on Google in 2019, according to the search engine.

Cummings, who died October 17 at age 68, was tenth on Google’s list of most-searched passings of the year. Searches were concentrated mainly on the East Coast, with Marylanders most frequently searching for details about his death and funeral.

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The Nationals were the most-searched professional sports team of the year, Google said, with searches rising slowly over the year until mid-September when they quickly increased, coinciding with the team’s rise to the World Series.

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Searches peaked during the week the team clinched the championship.

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People also took to Google to look up “Baby Shark” coinciding with the song being played during the World Series.