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2) Are you leaving early?
The worst fans in baseball are almost certainly the new Marlins fans who come to games. I went to a game there in May, and it was pretty pitiful. No one could get a chant going--the organist would play the "Let's go [team name], Let's go!" chant and maybe 100 people would chant along. One section tried to start the wave for two innings and it never made it past two sections. Just a sorry performance.
Throwing up or having small kids with you are legit excuses, but anything else is perverse for as exciting a game as yesterday's, especially on a perfect Saturday afternoon.
In the 11th inning of the recent 12-inning game between the Mets and Nats, the PA dude announced that the last Green Line train was leaving the Navy Yard station at 11.20 pm, some 20 minutes hence
That's okay, because anyone who does the wave at a baseball game should be kicked out of the stadium, banned for life, and sterilized.
I have no contempt for those who are less wedded to the sport.
If the game delays you from picking up someone, well, that's what cell phones are for. And if they won't understand the reason, then #### em.
They won't let you back in the seats in San Francisco while the ball is in play. You either have to wait for an out or for somebody to hit a foul ball (I guess the idea being those extra few seconds while the pitcher rubs up the baseball is key). I've always liked that
They won't let you back in the seats in San Francisco while the ball is in play.
In the 11th inning of the recent 12-inning game between the Mets and Nats, the PA dude announced that the last Green Line train was leaving the Navy Yard station at 11.20 pm, some 20 minutes hence.
L.A. has pretty weird (and often very strictly enforced) fire codes. You can only stand at Dodger Stadium if you are behind a white line painted on the concourses.
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