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  • Chicago Bears running back, David Montgomery, leaps into the end-zone for a 1 yard touchdown in the fourth quarter making it a one-possession game in the fourth quarter. The Eagles went on to defeat the Bears 22-14.

    Take a look at these selected images from the Chicago Bears vs Philadelphia Eagles, won by the Eagles 22-14.

    The Philadelphia Eagles tried to blow a 19-point lead to the Chicago Bears, but managed to hold on for a 22-14 victory in a rematch of the NFC Wild Card Game to move to 5-4 on the year. Philadelphia allowed the Bears to score 14 unanswered points after taking a 19-0 lead in the third quarter, but put together one of their most impressive drives of the season in taking 8:14 off the clock in the fourth quarter, converting four consecutive third downs in the most critical junction of the game.

    Chicago never got the ball back after Jake Elliott hit a 38-yard field goal with 26 seconds left to make it 22-14. Bears tight end Adam Shaheen muffed the catch on the kickoff and the Eagles recovered to deny Chicago a last ditch effort for a Hail Mary and an attempt to tie the game with a two-point conversion.

    Jordan Howard scored a touchdown in his first game against his former team, finishing with 19 carries for 82 yards and a touchdown. Zach Ertz had his best game of the season as the Eagles tight end had nine catches for 103 yards and a touchdown, a 25-yard catch for his second score of 2019.

    The Bears had just nine total yards in the first half, but rallied back in this game with two scoring drives in three possessions between the third and fourth quarter. Chicago’s offense had no turnovers, but finished with just 164 yards of offense. Mitchell Trubisky went 10 of 21 for 125 yards with no touchdowns and a 66.6 passer rating. The Bears have lost their fourth consecutive game after a 3-1 start to the season, falling to 3-5 and remaining in last place in the NFC North.

  • Houston Astros starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, strikes out Washington Nationals young super star, Juan Soto, in the first inning to retire the side. GREINKE pitched 4 2/3rd innings allowing 7 hits, 3 walks, and only one run as the Houston Astros defeated the Washington Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, strikes out Washington Nationals young super star, Juan Soto, in the first inning to retire the side. GREINKE pitched 4 2/3rd innings allowing 7 hits, 3 walks, and only one run as the Houston Astros defeated the Washington Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, strikes out Washington Nationals young super star, Juan Soto, in the first inning to retire the side. GREINKE pitched 4 2/3rd innings allowing 7 hits, 3 walks, and only one run as the Houston Astros defeated the Washington Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros Jose’ ALTUVE doubles off Washington Nationals starting pitcher, ANABAL SANCHEZ, doubles in the top of the fifth inning and ultimately scores on Michael Brantley’s single giving the Astros a 3-1 lead. ALTUVE had two doubles and scored twice to lead the Astros to a 4-1 victory over the Nationals in game 3 of the World Series.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • In the first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years, the Washington Nationals mascot, SCREECH, cheers on the excited Nationals fans. Unfortunately, the Houston Astros defeated the Washington Nationals 4-1 in game 3.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros closer, Roberto Osuna, celebrates striking out Washington Nationals young super star, Juan Soto, for the final out of game 3 of the World Series. The Astros defeated the Nationals 4-1. I have uploaded 5 of my very best images with very little cropping.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros relief pitcher, JOSH JAMES, almost hits Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman in the bottom of the fifth inning. The Astros went on to defeat the Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros starting pitcher, Zack Greinke, takes a kneeling break in the second inning. The Astors went on to defeat the Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros catcher, ROBINSON CHIRINOS, singles off of Nationals starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez in the second inning. The Astros went on to defeat the Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros left fielder MICHAEL BRANTLEY singles off of Nationals starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez in the third inning. The Astros went on to defeat the Washington Nationals 4-1

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Houston Astros leadoff  batter singles off of Nationals starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez. The Astros went on to defeat the Washington Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Washington Nationals right fielder, ADAM EATON, singles in the fifth inning off of Astors starting pitcher Adam Greinke. The Astors went on to defeat the Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Washington Nationals second baseman, RYAN ZIMMEREMAN, singles off of Houston Astros starting pitcher Zack Greinke in the bottom of the second inning. The Houston Astros went on to defeat the Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Washington Nationals young super star JUAN SOTO strikes out to end the game. The Houston Astors defeated the Washington Nationals 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

  • Washington Nationals third baseman ANTHONY RENDON, singles in the first inning off of Houston Astros starting pitcher, Zack Greinke. The Houston Astros went on to win 4-1.

    Tonight I was privileged to attend and photograph an historic event. The first World Series game in Washington D.C. in 86 years.

    The first captures the very first pitch of this historic game by Nationals starting pitcher, ANIBAL SANCHEZ.

    The second image is a very nice shot of Houston’s starting pitcher, ZACK GREINKE, striking out Nationals young super star, JUAN SOTO.

    The Third image captures Houston’s hitting star of the game, JOSE ALTUVE, who hit 2 doubles and scored twice.

    The fourth image is of SCREECH, Washington Nationals mascot, cheering on the excited crowd.

    The final image is Houston’s closer, ROBERTO OSUNA, striking out JUAN SOTO to end the game.

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