The week started with one of the most important days on the 2013 calendar: Nationals Opening Day. Events like this usually bring out my ankle anxiety. But this is one of those moments when you don't care what it costs to be up on your ankle all day. Stasburg is on the mound and Harper is in the three hole.
Before the pre-game festivities, we enjoyed some local fine dining on Capital Hill at Pete's Diner. Looks like someone was pumped I didn't steal any of her bacon.
I am too dominate of a corn hole player these days, so I'm forced to sit on the sidelines and watch.
Before we were even ten steps in the ballpark, we were asked for interviews to give our expert opinions on who the most improved player will be for 2013. We're really hoping it's Espinosa. Seriously, you need to calm down those strikeouts.
We were at Game 4 last year. It was incredible. Best baseball game I've ever seen.
This is why.
In case you've never heard the awesome radio call by Charlie Slowes, here you go. You're welcome.
Our view from our seats was great. We were above the out-of-town score board in right field.
The Shake Shack line is one the the longest in the entire ballpark. This was our view for about four innings. When we left the game they were still open serving people that had waited in line all game.