The San Francisco Giants were an ebullient bunch in the clubhouse following their NL West-clinching win over the San Diego Padres on Saturday night. Cheap domestic beer was flowing, both down the throats of players and team employees and all over the carpet. Dancing was the norm, champagne dripped from the ceiling.

One of the guys dancing the most was Sergio Romo, who closed out the win. He didn’t get credit for a save due to the score of the game, but that’s never been the hallmark of Romo’s game — partly because the save statistic is overrated. It’s hard to give Romo more credit than he deserves, both as a pitcher and an interview subject. I talked to him one-on-one after things died down a little bit, about the last out of the game, the team as a whole … and Gangnam Style.

I can’t believe that I asked a grammatically incorrect question (“Did that change nothing at all?”) and Romo responded with the grammatically correct “I don’t think it changed anything.” And I didn’t even drink any cheap beer or champagne…