Author Topic: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3  (Read 3544 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline nats2playoffs

  • Posts: 18159
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #575: June 23, 2011, 04:08:35 PM »
EAST               W       L   PCT   GB     HOME   ROAD   RS   RA   DIFF   STRK   L10
Philadelphia    47   28   .627   -     28-12   19-16   313   240   +73   Won 2   8-2
Atlanta          43   33   .566   4.5 22-17   21-16    295   253   +42   Won 4   5-5
Washington   38   37   .507   9     22-13   16-24   295   285   +10   Won 3   9-1
NY Mets         36   38   .486  10.5 17-20   19-18    310   320   -10   Won 1   5-5
Florida           33   42   .440   14    16-24 17-18    287   329    -42   Lost 1   1-9


Offline Nathan

  • Global Moderator
  • ****
  • Posts: 10706
  • Wow. Such warnings. Very baseball. Moderator Doge.
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #576: June 23, 2011, 04:25:30 PM »
Let's keep the Riggleman posts in the thread in The Clubhouse:

http://www.wnff.net/index.php?topic=23174.0

Offline Tyler Durden

  • Posts: 7971
  • Leprechaun
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #577: June 23, 2011, 04:59:09 PM »
I can't believe that after another sweep and finally going over .500, we have to talk about Jim freakheadleman.

Offline nats2playoffs

  • Posts: 18159
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #578: June 23, 2011, 05:05:21 PM »
ATTENDANCE at this match: 21,161 

  :uk:

Offline Galah

  • Posts: 2689
  • Can I help you?
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #579: June 23, 2011, 05:27:09 PM »
Great dy at the ball park though, super win.

Offline PatsNats28

  • Posts: 8456
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #580: June 23, 2011, 05:38:55 PM »
what a bittersweet win

Offline OldChelsea

  • Posts: 5962
  • From the best seat in the house at Nationals Park
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #581: June 23, 2011, 05:51:51 PM »
Comparative dates on which the Nationals have notched their 38th win, each season:

2005 - 14th June (65th match of season)
2011 - 23rd June (75th match)
2006 - 6th July (87th match)
2010 - 7th July (85th match)
2007 - 16th July (92nd match)
2008 - 20th July (99th match)
2009 - 7th August (110th match)

Offline cmdterps44

  • Posts: 15536
  • Future
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #582: June 23, 2011, 06:01:50 PM »
It sucks that after the game that seals us a sweep, which is also the game that brings us 1 above .500, is overshadowed by Riggleman resigning.

Now that I've had time to settle down, HELL YEA NATS. KEEP IT GOING.

Offline Tyler Durden

  • Posts: 7971
  • Leprechaun
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #583: June 23, 2011, 06:09:34 PM »
I'm not settled.  I'm still in the F you Riggleman for spoiling what should be a fantastic day - Nats climbing over .500.

Offline RL04

  • Posts: 4044
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #584: June 23, 2011, 07:20:40 PM »
ATTENDANCE at this match: 21,161  


We were four of them.    A great ending.

Great pitching by Marquis.   A couple of big shots by the Nats caught by great plays in the outfield.   And an amazing ninth inning.

The food, though, was rated terrible by my family.  Review to follow in sep thread.

Did it look on TV, by the way,  that the foul tip in the ninth was dropped on purpose because the player knew Bixler could have tagged up and scored on the play?

Offline PANatsFan

  • Posts: 37068
  • dogs in uncensored, nudes in gameday
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #585: June 23, 2011, 07:34:20 PM »
Now the second best team in DC NL history won't be managed by a tool.

Offline nats2playoffs

  • Posts: 18159
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #586: June 23, 2011, 07:49:34 PM »
REPLAYS OF THIS GAME ON MASN:

1) NOW!!! (Began at 7:00 PM)
2) 11:30 PM (although it's often delayed until 11:45 PM)
3) Friday morning at 10:00 AM




Last chance to see Jim Riggleman managing a major league baseball game!

Offline RL04

  • Posts: 4044
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #587: June 23, 2011, 08:09:01 PM »
Yup, I'm watching it now.  Not sure why, I know what happened (I was there) ... really nothing.

But I do want to see the ninth inning.

Offline PANatsFan

  • Posts: 37068
  • dogs in uncensored, nudes in gameday
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #588: June 23, 2011, 08:23:50 PM »
REPLAYS OF THIS GAME ON MASN:

1) NOW!!! (Began at 7:00 PM)
2) 11:30 PM (although it's often delayed until 11:45 PM)
3) Friday morning at 10:00 AM


(Image removed from quote.)

Last chance to see Jim Riggleman managing a major league baseball game!



:lmao:

Offline hammondsnats

  • Posts: 37353
  • LAC 8)
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #589: June 23, 2011, 08:30:51 PM »
Now the second best team in DC NL history won't be managed by a tool.

still owned by one SNAPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP

Offline EdStroud

  • Posts: 8758
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #590: June 23, 2011, 08:36:20 PM »

We were four of them.    A great ending.

Great pitching by Marquis.   A couple of big shots by the Nats caught by great plays in the outfield.   And an amazing ninth inning.

The food, though, was rated terrible by my family.  Review to follow in sep thread.

Did it look on TV, by the way,  that the foul tip in the ninth was dropped on purpose because the player knew Bixler could have tagged up and scored on the play?



If you are talking about the Hairston foul pop-up that Kennedy missed, no AK was complete lost trying to catch it.

Offline nats2playoffs

  • Posts: 18159
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #591: June 23, 2011, 09:56:29 PM »

...Did it look on TV, by the way,  that the foul tip in the ninth was dropped on purpose because the player knew Bixler could have tagged up and scored on the play?



If you are talking about the Hairston foul pop-up that Kennedy missed, no AK was complete lost trying to catch it.


F. P. pointed out that Bixler did tag up, and would have tried to steal home, if Kennedy had caught the foul ball.  EdStroud is correct, Kennedy just was running in circles and dropped it.  But he was so deep that Bixler would have scored, if he did catch it.


Offline cmdterps44

  • Posts: 15536
  • Future
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #592: June 23, 2011, 09:57:23 PM »
F. P. pointed out that Bixler did tag up, and would have tried to steal home, if Kennedy had caught the foul ball.  EdStroud is correct, Kennedy just was running in circles and dropped it.  But he was so deep that Bixler would have scored.

(Image removed from quote.)


I was listening to the radio at that point but it sounded like it was deep enough for Bixler to score. They mentioned that Ackley would've gotten to the ball easily but didn't attempt too.

Offline PatsNats28

  • Posts: 8456
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #593: June 23, 2011, 10:11:19 PM »
I was listening to the radio at that point but it sounded like it was deep enough for Bixler to score. They mentioned that Ackley would've gotten to the ball easily but didn't attempt too.

Probably. It's a tough play for Kennedy because even if he catches it, he has to reorient himself and make a good throw home.

Offline RL04

  • Posts: 4044
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #594: June 23, 2011, 10:21:34 PM »

If you are talking about the Hairston foul pop-up that Kennedy missed, no AK was complete lost trying to catch it.


F. P. pointed out that Bixler did tag up, and would have tried to steal home, if Kennedy had caught the foul ball.  EdStroud is correct, Kennedy just was running in circles and dropped it.  But he was so deep that Bixler would have scored, if he did catch it.


Yup.   I watched the game at home on re-broadcast.  Yeah, Kennedy lost the ball somehow.    Thanks.


Offline OldChelsea

  • Posts: 5962
  • From the best seat in the house at Nationals Park
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #596: June 24, 2011, 07:53:23 AM »
...what a bloody let-down after such a great afternoon at the ballpark and a great 11-1 run overall....

Offline GNatsNoMore

  • Posts: 605
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #597: June 24, 2011, 11:54:18 AM »
Great dy at the ball park though, super win.

It was a great day to be at Nats Park and a thrilling and historic win.  I'm just glad I didn't find out about the Riggleman nonsense until more than 2 hours after the game.  Got to savor the win a little bit.

Offline OldChelsea

  • Posts: 5962
  • From the best seat in the house at Nationals Park
Re: Nationals vs Mariners, Game 3
« Reply #598: June 24, 2011, 12:31:57 PM »
It was a great day to be at Nats Park and a thrilling and historic win.  I'm just glad I didn't find out about the Riggleman nonsense until more than 2 hours after the game.  Got to savor the win a little bit.

Same here...enjoyed the win at the ballpark, didn't find out about the blow-up till after I got home and got online...it was fun while it lasted.