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Don't know what it is, but there's something so awesome about Gio Gonzalez setting foot on the hallowed ground of RFK Stadium on Saturday night for the first time for DC United-NY Red Bulls. Even better he seems so excited about it. Photo above via Gio on Instagram, with caption via Gio of "I love this crowd #crunked". Here's to hoping Gio's ready to go nine on Sunday against the Braves. Nats need a stopper, and the bullpen could use a day off. Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Related articles Here's the USA StickBallBoy t-shirt Gio Gonzalez gave Ross Detwiler Gio Gonzalez got rug burn on his forehead from wrestling with his bulldog, "Hollywood" Gio Gonzalez got stuck in sucky D.C. traffic today. Update: Nats players hate DC traffic, love the cherry blossoms Gio Gonzalez hits 2nd career home run, takes curtain call
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