After the Washington Nationals earned their ninth win of the young season in a 1-0 victory over the Houston Astros Tuesday, it only made sense that the fire alarm inside Nationals Park went off... right?
The team is on fire; the Nats' 9-3 start is their best since moving from Montreal to D.C. in 2005.
Manager Davey Johnson, however, was not amused with the fire alarm during his postgame press conference. He wasn't anything, really.
For about a minute, Johnson just stares blankly as the siren, flashing lights and prerecorded warning wail around him. He eventually cracks a smile, but at least it looks like he's taking fire safety very seriously.
On second thought, remind me never to be in a crowded theater with Johnson.
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