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Why SF Giants Are Rooting For The Nationals

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Jayson Werth #28 of the Washington Nationals scores on a sacrifice fly from Kurt Suzuki #24 (not pictured) as Busty Posey #28 of the San Francisco Giants looks on in the seventh inning at AT&T Park on August 15, 2012. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

Jayson Werth #28 of the Washington Nationals scores on a sacrifice fly from Kurt Suzuki #24 (not pictured) as Busty Posey #28 of the San Francisco Giants looks on in the seventh inning at AT&T Park on August 15, 2012. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

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SAN FRANCISCO (Bleacher Report) — Following their five-game NLDS victory over the Cincinnati Reds, the San Francisco Giants await their opponent for the National League Championship Series.

The St. Louis Cardinals and Washington Nationals are playing a decisive Game 5 in their divisional series on Friday with the winner advancing to play the Giants. The Nats forced the fifth game after Jayson Werth hit a walk-off homer in Game 4.

But which team would San Francisco rather face? If you ask any of the players, coaches or executives, they’ll take the high road and say it doesn’t matter, “they’re just happy to be there and are ready to face whomever they have to.”

However, if the microphones and notebooks weren’t around, the Giants would admit that they prefer to face the Nationals. The Nats are a much more favorable matchup in a best-of-seven series than the Cardinals would be.

Click Here for five reasons why the NL West champs likely hope the path to the World Series goes through Washington, D.C.

(Copyright 2012 CBS San Francisco and Bleacher Report. All rights reserved.)

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