Following an historic night of baseball, the Albert Pujols hype at Nationals Park settled as no players were scheduled to break any other records.
However, more than three hours into the game, Jayson Werth of the Washington Nationals wanted to turn the attention away from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and make the night interesting for Nationals fans.
A great, but chilly night for pictures, the Nationals had one last opportunity to make the night their own. Down by three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, Werth hit an RBI double to score two and tie the game. Then standing on second base, the next batter, Adam LaRoche, singled to score Werth - game over.
It was nice to see such a contrast of moments between the two nights of baseball. From a humble celebration for hitting 500 home runs for Pujols, to living the dream of being the comeback hero for Werth.
As a photographer, one couldn't ask for more exciting baseball so early in the season.