Who do you want to win it all?

The last few days likely haven't been easy on Nationals fans, as the harsh reality that postseason baseball is continuing without your team has probably started to set in.

Yesterday might have been especially tough for many of you.

We had action in both League Championship Series yesterday, with the Orioles falling to the Royals for the second time in as many days and the Giants taking a 1-0 series lead over the Cardinals thanks to their 3-0 win in St. Louis.

In the National League Championship Series, Madison Bumgarner again did his thing, working 7 2/3 scoreless innings, allowing just four hits, a walk and striking out 10.

The big left-hander, who got the loss in Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the Nats, now has established a major league postseason record of 26 2/3 consecutive scoreless innings on the road.

Over 32 2/3 postseason road innings in his whole career, Bumgarner has allowed just two earned runs. Truly a remarkable stat, and it speaks to Bumgarner's ability to put aside many of the outside factors that can be so tough to block out in the postseason, like the road crowd and the magnitude of the moment.

This postseason, Bumgarner has a 0.76 ERA, with three walks and 23 strikeouts. The Nats are the only team to push a run across against him in three playoff starts this year.

Now that both League Championship Series are under way, I was curious to hear from Nats fans which - if any - team you're pulling for to win it all.

harper-disappointed-nlds-dugoutrail-sidebar.jpgSome fans might want an American League team, given that they would be too bitter if an NL squad went on to win the World Series, while the Nats are watching at home. Some fans might prefer to see the Giants get knocked out, given they were the team that ended the Nats' postseason run. Others might still have an ax to grind with the Cardinals, who eliminated the Nats in 2012.

Bryce Harper, for what it's worth, said immediately after the Nats lost Game 4 of the NLDS to the Giants, that he wanted either San Francisco or St. Louis to end up taking home the title.

"Hopefully an NL team will win it," Harper said. "That's what we want."

I have a feeling not all Nats fans will agree with Harper, but I'm curious to see how it breaks down.

Who do you want to end up hoisting the World Series trophy this year, when it's all said and done?

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