With Game of Thronesreturn to HBO’s airwaves, plenty of baseball teams are having theme nights celebrating the show. But the San Francisco Giants’ players and even manager Bruce Bochy perhaps showed even more enthusiasm then most, with outfielder Hunter Pence and his wife Alexis stealing the show with some elaborate costumes. You can see Alexis as Daenerys Targaryen (Emelia Clarke) above, with Hunter as one of her dragons, and Alexis had a further impressive Jon Snow (Kit Harington) outfit she wore to steam her Daenerys outfit:

Alexis Pence used a Jon Snow costume to prepare her Daenerys costume.

The two also had great poses on the replica Iron Throne:

And she announced the traditional “Play ball!”:

And took a photo with one of the Pence bobbleheads the team was giving out:

This is just the latest interesting thing the Pences have embraced; for example, Hunter is known for the scooter he’s often ridden to the ballpark (when it’s not being stolen), and they’re opening Coral Sword, a coffee, comic book and board game cafe, in Houston this September. They weren’t the only Giants to embrace Game of Thrones Night, though

And Bochy actually delivered a press conference from the Iron Throne:

Bochy also had a great quote about the show (which he started watching thanks to Giants’ broadcaster Duane Kuiper):

“The only thing about sitting in this chair – I’ve got to be honest – I know the kings that sit in this chair get killed off. I am a little nervous right now that Larry (Giants’ CEO Larry Baer) wanted me to sit in this chair.”

That hopefully won’t be an issue for Bochy. Even though the Giants were 37-59 heading into Thursday’s game and have been one of the biggest disappointments of this season, his job seems pretty safe for now. But if this was Game of Thrones’ world, he should beware of House Pence. Those two looked all too comfortable on the Iron Throne.

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Andrew Bucholtz is a staff writer for Awful Announcing and The Comeback. He previously worked at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.