Every day during this time of social distancing, we've been bringing you a Pittsburgh Sports Moment of the Day to help combat the sadness that comes with no sports. I've also been posting a non-Pittsburgh Sports Moment of the Day as well, something memorable that is not directly related to Pittsburgh sports.
I don't love baseball. It's not my fault, I'm just a product of my environment. But everyone loves a good walk-off home-run, and on this day in 2008 Ryan Zimmerman delivered a memorable one. It was the first ever regular season game at Nationals Park, with division rival Atlanta in town. Zimmerman stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth with the score tied 2-2.
Wesley Uhler is the host of Steelers Blitz, Noon-2 on Steelers Nation Radio, and a Producer for ESPN Pittsburgh. You can find him on Twitter @WesleyUhler.
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