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You'd think it would be rather easy to find all playoff walk off homers and from there you'd think it would be rather easy to find out how if in the at bat the hitter saw a lot of pitches or not.
I spent the final 5 innings of that game rocking like Leo Mazzone having a seizure. I'm not sure I've ever been so nervous during a game.
The other thing that'll stay with me from the game was the aftermath. Nobody wanted to leave. Everyone was standing there cheering for a good 10-15 minutes, watching Werth do the post-game radio/tv rounds. At one point, they put the interview up on the screen with the audio, and the crowd (probably 5 minutes after the game ended) was still so loud, you couldn't hear a single word of audio, not even a low buzz you couldn't make out.
I'm hoping that my experimental parenting methods will be validated in the end.
Good luck to all the Nats fans save one!
or game 3 they enforced it and I had to smile at the karma gods as an usher was insistent that she see all tickets and ended up knocking two beers on herself when she grabbed a guy's arm to get him to show her his tickets.
uh oh.. I might've been on to something. Let me ask you this: do you make him call you "Chief"?
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