Check out our three takeaways from yesterday’s huge 5-4 Washington Nationals win over the Chicago Cubs
Yesterday the Nationals and Cubs squared off for a rubber match of the three game series, and it turned out to be the best game of the Nationals’ season yet. I was fortunate enough to be in attendance at the game, and the atmosphere was truly electric. From the first pitch the fans on both sides were completely engaged in the game, and there was a playoff-like atmosphere throughout the ballpark through all 12 innings.
The Nationals battled back from behind against the Cubs’ relievers twice, in the ninth and 12th innings, and eventually won the game on a Jayson Werth walk off single. Nationals Park was the loudest I have heard it in any game I have been to in my entire life, and there was an energy in the park I have never felt before.
Before the Washington Nationals start their series with the San Diego Padres at 10:10 p.m. ET(MASN), check out my three takeaways from the 5-4 walk-off win.
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