LISTEN: Nats radio calls from Game 5 to remember forever

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They have done it again!

The Washington Nationals were down, they were out, they were headed to another miserable winter after falling short in the NLDS. 

And then they weren't. For the second time in these playoffs, the Nationals looked at a 3-1 8th inning deficit in an elimination game and said, "No problem."

Back in another NLDS Game 5 and facing former Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw the Nats got back-to-back home runs from Anthony Rendon and Juan Soto to tie the game.
After a clean 8th inning from Patrick Corbin and a clean 9th from Daniel Hudson, the Nationals had the top of the order up again in the 10th. With bases loaded after a Rendon double was sandwiched by a pair of walks, Howie Kendrick stepped up with the bases loaded. And redemption was all his
The Nationals turned to closer Sean Doolittle to send them to their first NLCS in franchise history. Listen to these unforgettable calls from Charlie Slowes and Dave Jageler on the Nationals Radio Network.
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