This has been a fantastic series so far, and the Nationals have just forced a Game 7. What a treat for baseball fans. This series has already set a few records. Some firsts: Stephen Strasburg of the Nationals just became the first pitcher to go 5-0 in a single postseason. Juan Soto of the Nationals became the youngest player to hit three home runs in a World Series, and the first player to hit homers at two different ages in one World Series. (He was 20 when he hit his first homer of the series, and 21 when he hit the next two.) This is the first time in *any* major American sport that the home team has lost in the first six games of a championship series. They've played three games in Houston and three in Washington, and so far, the home team has lost every time. If the Nats win tomorrow, it will be the first time a team has ever won the World Series without winning a single game at home. I'll be tuning in for Game 7 tomorrow. Anyone else?