Game 5 was a wilder, out of control version of the first four games all rolled into one. When the dust settled, Wade Davis controlled the game from the Bottom of the 7th to close, in about the best possible way we could expect.
Washington is not a slouch of team, despite their clear lack of offense had suggested through the first four games. Our side was not nearly as good when it came to the bats, and several costly errors paved our way. It’s nice to win, it’s a character building exercise. It’s not awesome building this kind of character in the playoffs. It’s a bit concerning in fact.
The better team, but not by much, and only because the other team enabled them far too much, and paid for that.
There’s really nothing else to say about it, critiques from the first four games still apply.