Found May 04, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
To commemorate the long awaited arrival of the "Take back the park" series and the inevitable arrival of (possibly fewer?) Phillies fans at Nationals Park this weekend, relive the fun of a horde of Phillies fans descending upon Nationals Park with the video above. It'll be interesting to see how the weekend attendance shakes out. But really, all we're hoping for is another series win for the Nats this weekend; Phillies fans can have the park if they want it. And does Andy Feffer get fired if his whole OurPark campaign fails miserably? Oh, and remember the time when Phillies fans took over the NatsXtra postgame show on MASN? That was awesome. (And no, Phil Wood, they weren't chanting for you): Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
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