Like any other pest, if you kick them out of your house they will find somewhere else to go.
Washington Nationals fans may have finally outnumbered the Phillies faithful during their series back in May, but those from Philly have found another ballpark to infiltrate. Over the weekend the Baltimore Orioles took care of the Phillies in a three-game series, but the crowd in attendance featured a clear majority of red and blue merchandise.
Less than 100 miles away from Philadelphia, it was just a short trip down I-95 for Phillies fans and thousands upon thousands of them made the trip. Baltimore's WNST captured the scene and have produced video evidence of the takeover.
The sight is overwhelming, nearly everyone outside of Oriole Park at Camden Yards is showing their support for the other team. Now, to be fair, the Phillies playing in Baltimore is a rare occasion. The teams last played eachother in 2009 and the Phillies haven't visited Camden Yards since 2006. It was essentially a rare opportunity to see Phillies players aim for the warehouse.
But still, Nationals Park hasn't been invaded like this in a long time. The domination of Phillies fans, at least on Sunday when this video was filmed, is complete over those in orange, white, and black. The two lessons of this story are this:
1) Nationals fans should be thankful this doesn't happen anymore, or at least this bad
2) Orioles fans should be thankful they don't host the Philies more often than once or twice a decade