The highly anticipated Pirates – Nats recap

A while back, I was able to watch a baseball game that pretty much summed up every summer since elementary school. Well, last night’s game had quite the same feel.

The Pirates won 2-1 on a wild pitch in the top of the 9th… Just think about that for a second.

While the winning part may not be familiar, the ridiculousness is. I think the two teams left a junior college on the bases.

It definitely defined the Nationals season. The bullpen for Washington is now 1-15. They have 4 more losses than the entire team has wins.

In more important news, the Capitals head coach was sitting a few rows in front of me. I guess he does have a lot of time on his hands…

Derp.

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7 Responses to “The highly anticipated Pirates – Nats recap”

  1. The Northerner Says:

    So what’s worse? Losing the game on a wild pitch, or losing the game by bunting the third strike foul?

  2. The Northerner Says:

    Or or or, walking in the winning run on four straight pitches?

  3. C Gally Says:

    I would say the walk. At least the other ways are attempts at winning.

  4. B-rock Says:

    everyone is better than my team the pathetic oakland A’s, i think they would lose to Va. Techs girls softball team

  5. The Northerner Says:

    Take solace, B-rock, the nationals are a full 5 games back of the A’s.

    On another note, how the hell did you become a fan of the A’s? I don’t think I’ve ever heard of an A’s fan before.

  6. C Gally Says:

    Also, Tech’s softball is pretty money. At least they were recently, right?

  7. B-rock Says:

    it was back in 7th grade when the bash brothers were huge (and i dont mean by steroids) but i was like hey i can cheer for them, cause i was sick of seeing the braves on tbs. little did i know that 15 years later they would all have back acne and the team would suck, i didnt want to be one of “those guys” who switch teams all the time so i just stuck with them.

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