A lot happened at Nationals Park on Wednesday night.
There were on field events, such as the Nats completing their sweep of the Mets and Daniel Murphy continuing to take some John Wick-like revenge on his former club, that were quite enjoyable.
Then there were some quirky things, like stadium security having to calm down a few rowdy New York supporters for cursing (they were probably just mad about the aforementioned sweep) and the visiting team's announcers complaining about the home team's fans (they were also probably just mad about the aforementioned sweep).
However, despite all of that action, perhaps the most interesting thing took place behind home plate, thanks to two guys who don't seem to care too much about following the rules.
Sonny Jurgensen and Billy Kilmer, a pair of former Redskins passers who played and famously competed with each other for a few seasons in D.C. during the 1970s, were at the yard for Wednesday's matchup, and had prime seats just behind the backstop.
Oh, and they also had giant (unlit) cigars, which they weren't shy about brandishing.
Here are some photos of the two Burgundy and Gold greats just chillin':
A new meaning to "rivalry night" pic.twitter.com/ft9htQyd81— Jake Russell (@_JakeRussell) June 29, 2016
I guess unlit cigars don't violate the no smoking policy? Not sure I'd test that if you're not Sonny or Billy, tho. pic.twitter.com/Cx00rWYuos— The D.C. Universe (@dcuniverse) June 29, 2016
Cigars are generally frowned upon at baseball games, but the QBs' four combined All-Pro appearances may have caused the yard's staff to look the other way. Besides, Murphy was the one who was lighting up during the contest, not Jurgensen and Kilmer.