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It will be a shame though when they get good and the fans jump on. Prices will go up and it will be much much harder to find tickets and good tickets at cheap prices.
Having been on both sides of that dichotomy, I'm willing to say that it's a great problem to have.
Remember before the season when some of the know-it-alls were saying that Gonzalez wasn't really that good?
My opinion is that Nats fans are too green to know how to handle having a good team and all of the attention, criticism, and snark it brings. At some point they have to adopt a bit of the COUNT DA RINGZ attitude that fans of all good teams tend to have.
But it really does seem like a "how d'ya like me now?" feeling for fans who have stuck with the team, vocally and unabashedly, through all the godawful years and countless jokes about how there aren't more than five Nationals fans in the entire country, how baseball will be leaving Washington for a third time blah blah blah.
Aren't you a Mariners fan?
Listen, if you're a Mariners fan, you are entitled to an extra NL team to give you some hope. Unfortunately, mine is the Padres.
Orders finalized, Herr Austria?
Blasphemy! According to Major League Baseball, they are the Mariner's official designated "regional rivals."
I would love to see Harper take home the WS MVP.....he's heating up!
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