In the City of Brotherly Love, the love extends between pro teams, as a pair of Philadelphia Eagles were spotted at Game 2 of the NLCS between the Phillies and Arizona Diamondbacks.
D'Andre Swift and Terrell Edmunds, sitting front row behind home plate, had a fantastic view of the game and gave us some hilarious commentary as they watched the Phillies put on a show, stomping all over the visiting Diamondbacks 10-0.
The two Eagles can be excused if they appear to have a loose grasp on the rules of baseball, both admitting it was their first game.
"This is my first one. This joint crazy," Terrell Edmunds said, referring to the wild Citizens Bank Park crowd.
They also both appeared to be impressed with the length of the baseball season, although neither knew how many games are in a campaign.
"Baseball season be so long," Swift said before admitting he has no clue how many games the MLB plays. "Don't get me to lie, I don't know."
At least he knows how crazy the travel schedule is for ball players.
"And they be in different cities damn near every other day," Swift told Edmunds.
Edmunds knew that Schwarber was heating up in Game 2
Despite their lack of baseball knowledge, even Edmunds knew that Kyle Schwarber was looking dangerous in Game 2, calling one of the heavy-hitting DH's home runs.
"He look like he about to do damage though," Edmunds prognosticated right before Schwarber crushed a pitch. Both footballers loved the result, celebrating with the rest of the fans at The Bank.
"Bomb! I told you, I told you, I told you, I told you. I told you he be about to do damage!"
"He hit that s**t out the park," Swift agreed with his teammate.
After loving the sing-a-long to Bryson Stott's walk-up song, Edmunds was thoroughly impressed by a 100 mph pitch, something they don't see much of on Sundays.
Edmunds' hilarious commentary-turned-critique
They got so comfortable in their new baseball surroundings, that Edmunds even started critiquing the Diamondbacks' approach at the plate. He ensured Swift knew that Christian Walker chased a pitch too high after the Arizona first baseman whiffed on a fastball way up and in.
"Um, that was too high, boy," Edmunds said. "I don't even know why he swung at that one."
Later on, the two Eagles could be seen laughing and loving the offensive explosion the Phillies had in the sixth and seventh innings.
All in all, it seems like the Phillies made a good first impression on their fellow athletes. Maybe so much so that Swift and Edmunds will be back again before the postseason run ends.