WASHINGTON (WUSA)--What a great season it's been for local baseball fans! Unless you've been under a rock, you know that the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles have made it into post-season play. But that means there are families with divided loyalties, like the Ringley-Potters.
Dad Jon and 6 year-old son, Noah, root for the Nats.
"Nats and Bryce Harper," said Noah, wearing a Nats ballcap, a Nats t-shirt and with his little hand stuffed into a giant Nats foam finger.
His father Jon explained, "My wife and I work downtown and we've gone to so many games, we've brought the boys to games. So we couldn't have asked for a better year than this."
19 year-old Zack, a college student, and 6 year-old Sam are fans of the Orioles.
"Because my favorite color is black and orange," said Sam, wearing a bright orange Orioles jersey.
"When I was young, DC didn't have a baseball team. So I rooted for the next closest, which was the Orioles. When the Nationals came, I couldn't just ditch my Orioles. I just stuck with the allegiance to Baltimore," said Zack.
Across the Washington area, baseball fans have a wonderful quandary on their hands: two local teams that are winning.
"I flew Zack home from college so that we could go to the Orioles game, because he has never been to a baseball playoff game," said Jon, wearing a Nats t-shirt.
Added Zack, in an Orioles jersey, "We're trying to take care of the Yankees. Looking to make it a Beltway world series. That'd be great."
"We're having a great year. We're having fun. Win. Win. Win. And keep winning," said Jon.
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