Fan wears Chris Davis-Bryce Harper hybrid jersey to Nationals Park

The double rainbow was beautiful and all, but the most awe-inspiring sight at Nationals Park last night was arguably this young fan in the Chris Davis-Bryce Harper/Orioles-Nationals combo jersey.

Look at that thing. If you’re of the opinion that a real sports fan can’t wear Nats and O’s gear simultaneously — and listening to the Junkies on the way into work this morning, I get the sense that many of you are — this kid is doing it wrong and your blood is boiling.

Jake Russell spotted a fan in a Ryan Zimmerman-Cal Ripken combo shersey. Is this any less offensive?

Elsewhere at Nationals Park…

These fans said they’re happy whenever the Orioles lose. (Bryce Harper approves of this look.)

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This Braves fan was celebrating his birthday with a buddy by trolling everyone. He told me he’s also a Cowboys fan.

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This fan was excited for Wednesday’s Argentina-Netherlands match. I did not see any Brazil jerseys.

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“Just” in this couple’s case was May 24, 2014. Congrats.

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Phillies and Cardinals fans trollin’ dirty.

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I’m curious: Which type of  ‘jersey foul’ irks you the most? The fan wearing gear for multiple teams? The fan wearing gear of a team that isn’t playing? Something else? Or, should people wear whatever they want so long as they know they’re subject to ridicule on the Bog?

Scott Allen writes about all things D.C. sports. Follow him on Twitter @ScottSAllen or e-mail him if you’ve got a tip to share.



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