The Washington Nationals are known for getting dressing up as fictional and real characters and getting really into it, but Sunday, they topped themselves.
Led by Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth, the team went all-out, die-hard "Game of Thrones" this year, and it was spectacular. Werth was dressed as Jon Snow, while Harper got super into it as Snow's direwolf, Ghost.
But while Harper and Werth are definitely the highlight of this tradtion, other Nats' costumes looked pretty great (and accurate) as well.
And thanks to Sammy Solis' Instagram account, there's also proof he ran into George R.R. Martin, the novelist behind "Game of Thrones."
Bryce Harper's (probably) back.
With just over two weeks left in the regular season, the Nationals star is set to be activated off the disabled list, according to the Washington Post's Chelsea Janes:
The plan is for Bryce Harper to be active tomorrow in Philly, according to people familiar with the situation.— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) September 24, 2017
If Harper wakes up tomorrow and is in pain, this could change. As he's said, it's day-by-day. But this is the current plan. https://t.co/ovj4sAow46— Chelsea Janes (@chelsea_janes) September 24, 2017
Harper hasn't played since August 12, when he slipped awkwardly on the first base bag while trying to beat out a grounder. He suffered a signifcant bone bruise, although the injury looked considerably worse than it ended up being.
Before getting hurt, Harper was hitting .326/.419/.614 on the year with a 1.034 OPS and 29 home runs.