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.
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.
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.
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.
Men in skirts and long socks and wigs. Who hasn’t worn this to a ballgame?
Oh, did you miss the Jack Bauer tribute in the above photo? Because here it is again.
If this means the team will win pennants in 2013 and 2014, well, I’m not taking that bet.
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.
Then there was Rotweiler/Detwiler.
And Never Forget. No, he didn’t wear this on 9/11.