Wednesday, April 18, 2012


Did you watch the Nats game tonight? Or maybe listen to it on the radio? Then you maybe you heard the word "Shark" a couple times...or maybe you heard it over and over and over being chanted by the entire stadium after his game tying double! The craziest part about this is...Terry and I weren't even AT THE GAME.

This was a chant completely free of the influence of Sharkadina. Although I have a sneaking suspicion that the instigator was new friend of the blog Brandon and his Shark loving friends. Twitter was blowing up with reports of "SHARK! SHARK! SHARK!" being heard far and wide:

We all knew "The Shark" nickname was pretty popular before, but now it is REALLY taking off. Steve Berthaiume even used it on ESPN's Baseball Tonight (video soon). Although this is not the first time the name has been used on the show.

For those of you new to the Sharkadina sensation, and may be wondering what all the fuss is about or where this whole "Shark" thing came from, I would refer you to the following pages:

We have some exciting news coming soon about Sharkadina so be sure to keep checking the blog for updates!

More to come.

1 comment:

  1. Hearing the Shark chant on the mlb radio broadcast of the game was amazing, really made my day sitting here half way around the world. Look forward to the next time I'm in town and can attend a game to join in. All thanks to your fanatical hard work, Thanks!