Corey Seager kicks the Nationals-Dodgers series off with a Bang



Man, the Nationals and the DODGERS. Wow. Two teams I love. This means no matter what, I’ll have a team to root for in the NLCS. I’ll sign up for that right now. This also means that a team that I really like has to die. It feels a little bit like I felt on this night, so many years ago.

Let me take you back to the Ironman Match, Wrestlemania X:

Yes, that’s how it feels. I liked Shawn Michaels, the Heartbreak Kid. But I LOVED Bret Hart. And damnit I didn’t know how to feel. My emotions were twisting inside me.

And it’s our first 2016 MLB Postseason post. Corey Seager has had so many huge moments this season, I don’t know where this one will rank. But as you’ll see, he DESTROYS a Max Scherzer pitch in the first inning to set the tone.

And suddenly I didn’t know how to feel. My wife is making me feel guilty – telling me we named our daughter after Bryce Harper – and how could I root against that? I wasn’t. I just like both of these teams and whoever emerges here is my horse.

All in all, it wasn’t the pitching duel that Sonny Koufax flew out to Washington for. Maybe he lives there, Hell I don’t know.

Clayton Kershaw went five to get the victory, but was just satisfactory. Scherzer went six and allowed all four Dodgers earned runs, including another big bomb to Justin Turner.

Game two tomorrow, and I won’t have to worry about who to root for because I’ll be at a pumpkin patch telling my two-year old not to touch the goat because the goat has disease. So, there you go.