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Wed Oct 30, 2019, 10:48 PM

Assuming the Nationals hold on and win.

Would this be the first World Serie where each team lost all of it's homestand games?

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Reply Assuming the Nationals hold on and win. (Original post)
Blue_true Oct 30 OP
klook Oct 30 #1
MontanaMama Oct 30 #2
lapfog_1 Oct 30 #3
JudyM Oct 30 #4
Ohiogal Oct 30 #5
Mersky Oct 30 #6
TomSlick Oct 30 #7
Blue_true Oct 31 #8
Blue_true Oct 31 #9

Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Wed Oct 30, 2019, 10:51 PM

1. Yep, I believe so.

And the first WS title for the nationís capital since 1924 (Senators).

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Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Wed Oct 30, 2019, 10:51 PM

2. I think so.

I donít thing thereís ever been a series like this one in terms of neither team winning at home.

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Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Wed Oct 30, 2019, 10:54 PM

3. first postseason series where the home team lost every game

and won the series... in Baseball, Basketball, and Hockey.

Amazing.

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Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Wed Oct 30, 2019, 10:54 PM

4. Yes.

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Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Wed Oct 30, 2019, 10:56 PM

5. Yes

Announcers said so

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Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Wed Oct 30, 2019, 11:04 PM

6. Is nuts, really. Has been a fun series to watch.

The low lows and high highs have been, eh, something epic. Really needed some good baseball, and I got it.

I love the Astros, but I can say, the Nationals were hard to dislike.

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Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Wed Oct 30, 2019, 11:57 PM

7. Both teams were armadillos.

They died on the road.

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Response to TomSlick (Reply #7)

Thu Oct 31, 2019, 07:59 PM

8. Maybe died on the road back home, and stayed dead at home.

If I remember correctly, the closest win was by three runs, all others were larger.

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Response to Blue_true (Original post)

Thu Oct 31, 2019, 08:08 PM

9. Thanks everyone for confirming what seemed a rare event.

I honestly thought the Nationals were dead after getting beaten up at home and going back to the park of a team that seldom lost at home.

Even-though it had dropped the first two games at home, I really expected Houston to finish the Nationals off in one of the two remaining games. Even after the Nationals won Game 6, I fully expected Houston to prevail in Game 7, but when I broke away from working on a project to check the score in the top of the 8th, I had a sudden belief that some not before had happened event was taking place.

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