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I am in love with everything and everyone about this team. Head over heels.
watching the nats crowd react to harper sliding across home plate and laroche ruled safe at first ... everyone going bonkers ... awesome.
Magic number is 77...
weather.com is now saying 105 degrees for Saturday. That is brutal.
Watching Harpers reaction when Belt couldn't pick it....awesome
That was fantastic to watch on TV, glad the crowd got into it as well. We need to work on being vocal as a fanbase.
Where did all the Giants fans come from?
I have no idea but I went Tuesday and last night and they were everywhere. Some very audible "let's go Giants" chants both nights.
If you follow Jon Morosi of Fox Sports on Twitter, he mentioned multiple times how impressed he is with Nats fans. Not just at the park but walking around the streets when he was here this week. Said last night during the 10 pitch Harper at bat, fans were so into it and the fact they applauded him after the weak groundout to 2B, praised the fan base.
How awesome was turn back the clock night, btw?
Retro scoreboard and the grounds crew decked out in 1920s gear was swagtastic.
The best thing that can come out of this aside from the national recognition is that Phil Wood will finally go away realizing that this is the mountaintop and nothing else good can happen in his life.
The only bad thing from yesterday is that they ran out of skinny dub hats at the team store so now I'm gonna have to steal Keegs's.
LOL. That was very, very kool, I'm sure the basebol Gods are very happy. Got a huge kick out of that. The only thing better than winning in the bottom of the 9th would have been winning in the bottom of 12th like our 1924 Nats did, but I'm not complaining. I'm sure the ghosts of the 1924 Nats wouldn't complain either. lol.
Would have been really interesting with flannel unis for the total realistci effect. There wasn't a player on the Giants who hadn't completely sweated through that dark uniform.
after seeing the uniforms i really liked 'em. at first i was skeptical, but it seems the fan base and team (both teams for that matter) liked 'em.
you know your fan base is really into a squad when there's such a high demand for throwback swag and there's a big hoopla over uniforms, etc (see: caps, winter classic)
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