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FAN Take: Poppin’ Bottles

Posted on October 17, 2019

By Annalece Anhalt-Slaughter

FAN Take is a series that highlights trending events, issues, and decisions in the world of sports and analyzes how they may or may not factor into the Fan Controlled Football League. We would love to hear your feedback, so let us know what you think about each FAN Take!

Last night, the Washington Nationals punched their ticket to the World Series, a first for the franchise. The team swept the St. Louis Cardinals in the NLCS with a score of 7-4 in Game 4 of the series. The team has already shown their fun personality, between walking up to the Baby Shark song and having epic dance parties in the dugout, so of course they had to celebrate in style. From crashing interviews with lightsabers to spraying beer and champagne, these guys had a GOOD time. If this is how they celebrate making it to the World Series, can you imagine what would happen if they won the whole thing?!

If it’s your team making history – whether they are making it to the inaugural FCFL Championship Game, or even winning it all – how do you want to see your players celebrate? We’re used to seeing locker rooms lined with plastic sheets and a combination of ski goggles and champagne bottles waiting in front of every locker, which sounds like a blast, but we want to see something a little different. What about you, fans? Do you want to see your team kick it up a notch? Do you want to see the guys running around the field with fireworks? Not the kind that will blow your hand off, but maybe something like the sparklers you see at bottle service. Okay, maybe that still isn’t the safest option, but we’re open to suggestions! Better yet, should we open this up as a fan vote? You could end up having your team run around the field in those fun, inflatable T-Rex costumes if that’s what you all decide on. We want to have all you fans out there with them, celebrating like you never have before. So how would you do it?!

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