If you left early, you blew it! – Dave Jageler
So, ¡LIVAN! was ¡Navil! last night, going down 5-0 to the Seattle Mariners. In fact, the Washington Nationals were down 5-1 with two outs in the ninth and were facing , a 98 MPH throwing closer. Jayson Werth got on with an error and advanced to second. Roger Bernadina‘s walk was wiped out by Ryan Zimmerman‘s double-play (his third of the night, very Cal Ripken-like). Jerry Hairston singled Werth home. A Michael Morse line drive off of League’s calf forced the closer from the game and kept the rally alive. David Pauley replaced League and gave up a single to Danny Espinosa, scoring Hariston. Wilson Ramos than came to bat and taking hitting coach Rick Eckstein’s advice, waited for a change-up. Pauley threw one over the plate and this happened:
Incredible commentary in the lats 15 seconds of the video, maybe turn the speakers down if you lasted that long.
I think I’m starting to believe, but I want more. Like a win when I’m in the park.
The subhorn is growing on me.
Nationals vs. Mariners: Wilson Ramos hits walk-off home run to cap Washington’s five-run rally in ninth – The Post
Ramos’ bomb seals Nats’ 5-run, ninth-inning rally over Mariners – The Wash. Times
Ramos to the rescue – The Wash. Examiner
Slowes was very excited, they need to bring back his victory fireworks. Also, did Bustin’ Loose go away? I haven’t seen any homers in the games I have been at this season, so I don’t know for sure. That needs to come back if it is gone.
The game got storify-ed by @dcyetti too.