Nationals Baseball: NL EAST CHAMPS

Saturday, September 24, 2016

NL EAST CHAMPS

Celebrate

12 comments:

ClassOf87 said...

Mr. Blutarsky....0.0!

Richard Parker said...

I feel sticky just watching the celebration!

cass said...

Yay!

But looking at Kershaw's line tonight is a little terrifying. Welp.

Richard Parker said...

My question is, can the players put 100 percent effort into a game at one pm the next day after celebrating like that from 11 pm and onwards the night before? Do oddsmakers take that into account? Do other teams that might be fighting against the Pirates for a WC spot get angry when they see Jason Werth chugging beers the night before a day game? These are questions that keep me up at night. ;)

Sammy Kent said...

Yay!!!

They could have at least scored seven so we could get half price pizza to celebrate. Papa Johns should offer the Nats50 deal today anyway.

Is Renaldo Lopez the new long man?

Sammy Kent said...

My gosh, what horrible news about Jose Fernandez. I hated going against him, but he was a great player and he loved baseball and his adopted country. Prayers for his family and friends.

Richard Parker said...

Wow, unbelievable about Fernandez. So sad.

blovy8 said...

Terrible loss. Only one better lately was Kershaw in my mind, and he was young enough to get better.

Chas R said...

Fantastic! NL East Champs again! 3 times in 5 years- impressive!

Shocking news about Fernandez. A 3am boat crash- sounds like it was an avoidable accident.

John C. said...

I didn't find out about Fernandez until late this afternoon (it's been a busy weekend). In fact, I learned about it while watching Vin Scully call his final Dodgers' game. The juxtaposition of the amazing career that no one saw coming with the ending of another career that no one saw coming was weighty. Appreciate each game, each year, because we just don't know. Condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of Jose Fernandez. Such a loss, not just to baseball.

Robot said...

So bummed about Jose Fernandez. I hated that he was in our division, but the kid was a fantastic pitcher and a class act all the way. What a tragedy.

Fries said...

The more I read about his life, the more i think "f*ck". Of all the people in baseball we could have lost, he was one of the worst.

On a completely unrelated and more selfish note, I really hope those X-rays come back negative...Even (bryce) is better than Heisey and there's what, 8 games left? Too lazy to go check