The Nats were set to take on the Braves at 7:05 Thursday night, but things didn't go as planned.
Due to an impending weather forecast, the Nats organization decided to delay the game until further notice.
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Well, fast forward three hours and five minutes and Gio Gonzalez finally took the mound at 10:10 p.m. with very little rain having ever been in sight.
Fans at the game claimed they were never given any updates from the organization on an approximate time the game would resume until 9:50 p.m.. Many waited out what would be just over three long hours.
The Nats eventually offered those loyal, not wet, fans free ice cream, soda, water and admission back into the park for those who had left.
The saying goes, 'You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream', but these Nats and Braves fans took to Twitter to scream with anger.
Can I get my $500/5 hours back? I'll not be coming back anytime soon. #Natsraindelay— Justin Britt (@JustinBritt1) July 7, 2017
Kirk Cousins gonna sign...after the rain delay. #Natsraindelay— Guillermo Bish (@dcsportz) July 7, 2017
Braves outfielder Ender Inciarte was scrolling through his Twitter timeline during the delay and couldn't understand what the hold up was for either.
This No-Rain delay is something i've never seen before!!— Ender Inciarte (@enderinciartem) July 7, 2017
One fan suggested the guys turn the tarp into a slip-and-slide and Inciarte said what fans were thinking,
Can't. The tarp is dry. https://t.co/Nomy7ROZ7x— Ender Inciarte (@enderinciartem) July 7, 2017
The game did not end until around 1:30 a.m. and the Nats ended up losing 5-2. Many fans have posted on the Nats Facebook and Twitter pages to say they would not be returning for another game.
On Friday morning, the Nats realeased this statement in regards to the delay with no word of reimbursement of any type.