Nyjer Morgan may be eccentric. He may be a child at times. He may have been a locker room “cancer” in the past, and he may even have been louder off the field than his talent on the field should allow. But tonight, he’s a hero.

As Miller Park erupts, with 44,000 in attendance and millions across the state spill tears of finality as the NLDS comes to a close with the Brewers rejoicing, Nyjer Morgan celebrated like only he knows how: 

“Yeah! Woo! F*** YEAH! F*** YEAH!”

Again, eccentric; perhaps a little out of line. But there is no denying his youthful exuberance and all-out glee. Morgan has fun. He enjoys the game, and his celebration makes me feel like a 10-year child, remembering my very first “big game” moment. Simply said, he’s a blast to watch and a blast to root for. Bathe in this moment Milwaukee, you certainly deserve it.

Me? I’m off to riot.

We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off  

#He’sJustaKidOutThere

 

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  • Colleen

    I don’t really watch baseball much. I did watch a bit of the Brewers game until the prick in the restaurant grabbed the remote and changed it to Seinfeld. Augh. But I follow “The Real T Plush” on Twitter, and I like him. His reactions last night were joyous, if a little profane. Good for him.

    And how did you know that is one of my favorite songs of the 80′s? Talk about a one hit wonder – but what a hit!

  • Anita

    Nice touch with Jermaine Stewart! LOL!

    • http://www.twitter.com/RichWardJr Rich Ward

      It’s impossible to listen to Mr. Stewart without feeling the itch to dance. I’m glad at least a couple of people (the coolest) noticed. In the mood to celebrate, it was the first song that came to mind. =)