Yesterday, yours truly went to Bonn to attend game two of the German Championship Series, between the six-time German champions Untouchables Paderborn and the one-time German champions Bonn Capitals.
The weather was good, the beer was cold, the fans came in droves (about 3,000 fans in the stands and around the field), and the atmosphere was great (something I am missing in the Netherlands for several years now). After the Capitals won game one 0-3, game two was another close affair until the sixth inning. After the Untouchables took a 2-0 lead in the first inning, it took the Capitals until the fourth to tie the game. In the sixth inning, the Caps took a 4-2 lead and never looked back. Eventually, the team from the former German capital won game two, 3-10.
Here is a photo impression of what was a great day: