Anyway, around the 5th inning and with the Nats up 6-0, the rain started. It wasn't the torrential downpour that DC has been getting used to, but it was heavy and misty enough that we abandoned our seats and planned to watch the balance of the game on the concourse. We should've only been standing for about 4 more innings and the Nats should've ran away with the victory, right? Right?!?!
After 5 complete innings the Nats were up 9-0. The game should've been over, right? Right?!?!
As we stood on the concourse, and I ate my Dippin' Dots, Kathy kept rooting for her Atlanta Braves. She kept saying that the Braves had terrible pitching, but that they could hit.
Chipper Jones and the Atlanta Braves played some exciting, amazing, extra-inning baseball to win with a score of 11-10, after 11 innings of action. Closer to the 9th inning, Kathy and I settled in on the Braves' side of the field and she could hear "her people" (i.e. fellow Braves' fans doing the famous tomahawk chop and chant). She was on "Cloud 10", until the Nats tied the game after 9 innings.
If you want the box score and/or the play-by-play, you're going to want to hit ESPN.com or another sports website.