Nats fans remain super weird in final homestand

September 23, 2013

The Nats finished their final homestand of 2013 on Sunday. Their fans remained weird. Some highlights.

Above, please find a man in a Chewbacca costume. He was there because Jayson Werth was the Wookie of the Year, see? Actually, I guess I’m not positive it was a guy. Could have been a lady. Or a real Wookie. Here’s more Wookie.

(Via @KyraSchu)
(Via @KyraSchu)

 

Then there was Alf. Yes, this was the same Alf who showed up at a Redskins game last season. If you own an Alf costume, you must get maximum usage out of it.

(Via @zimsfaces)

 

Speaking of full-body costumes, check out this gang? Let’s see, a Gorilla, a Pig, a Unicorn, an ambiguous mammal. Where were they all year, though? The season didn’t start in mid-September.


(Via @HogsHaven)

 

Also, if you wonder why fans at Nats games wear full-body costumes, bear in mind that the Racing Presidents posed with this crew of extras on Sunday. This is why I love baseball. Emerald chessboards, filled with robotic sharks and costumed drink containers.

(Via @Teddy26Nats)

 

Men in skirts and long socks and wigs. Who hasn’t worn this to a ballgame?


(Via @allenjkha)

 

Oh, did you miss the Jack Bauer tribute in the above photo? Because here it is again.


(Via @allenjkha)

 

If this means the team will win pennants in 2013 and 2014, well, I’m not taking that bet.


(Via @allenjkha)

 

No doubt you heard that Bryce Harper dressed in construction-worker gear during that endless rain delay on Saturday night. This guy did the same, except in the middle of the day on Sunday.

(Via @clastowka)

(Via @MilaMimica1)

 

Then there was Rotweiler/Detwiler.

 

And Never Forget. No, he didn’t wear this on 9/11.

(Thanks to @courtney_hsieh, @KyraSchu, @zimsfaces, @HogsHaven, @Teddy26Nats,  @allenjkha, @clastowka, @MilaMimica1, @drew_tomlinson and @murphnd.)

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Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.
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