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Re: What, no Natitude?
What happened in Game 2 perfectly explains my concerns about them making it through the playoffs and the Series. Mercury must have been retrograde...or one of the alternate universes swapped-out their team for ours. Some days, it just doesn't matter if you ate your Wheaties.
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said by DC DSL:No, some days it doesn't. Well, there goes the undefeated postseason, eh?
Some days, it just doesn't matter if you ate your Wheaties.
The job now is to win two games at home. Do it and advance. Don't and make tee times instead. Pretty simple.
12-4, 1-0, 20-0, 4-3. The score itself is unimportant. Each win counts as 'one', each loss counts as 'one'.
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Well they managed to avoid defeat last night, it's all down to Game 5. Whatever happens they've done a helluva job in reviving baseball in DC.
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said by rlindsay:A wonderful season for them, regardless of last night. But that one hurts bad, real bad. Couldn't get an out to seal the victory, couldn't get an out to keep it tied and move to extra innings.
Whatever happens they've done a helluva job in reviving baseball in DC.
Time for fans and players alike to lick the wounds for a while, then move on.
Spring training will start next year with the Nats knowing what sort of team they have, not wondering and finding out as the season progresses. No pitcher will have an innings limitation. The star rookie will play a full year with some seasoning now behind him. The majority of the team will return intact, and they're not getting old.
A painful loss last night to be sure, but it's a very bright future outlook for the Washington Nationals baseball team.