Sep 26, 2013, 12:30 PM EDT
There were over 43,000 people in Arlington last night for the Rangers-Astros game. But apparently a big crowd doesn’t mean a rowdy crowd, and Ron Washington talked about it:
“You look at every other city that has a chance to be in the playoffs right now, there’s joy,” said Washington. “I don’t see a lot of joy in Arlington. I really don’t … I don’t think nobody, when we started losing people, thought that we would be here. We did. We spoiled people because we kept it together. When it looked like it was falling apart…I don’t have to tell y’all what you’ve seen,” said Washington.
Like I said yesterday in the Ludwick post, no one ever wins this “the fans aren’t loud enough” or “the fans aren’t good enough” things. Just a no-win situation. And for what it’s worth, after last year’s collapse and this year’s stagger to the finish line which could very well have the team out of the playoffs, it’d be understandable if Rangers fans are nervous.
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