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 Post subject: Re: Your Last Sporting Event
PostPosted: Tue July 07, 2020 8:41 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Your Last Sporting Event
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I went to a few random Red Sox games last summer, don't remember specifically which games though.

Pete

I think I went to another game or two since our game.

did you make ruddo a ribeye?

No we had ballpark food.

what was you last sporting event food choice?

Probably a soft pretzel.

cheese? mustard? plain?

Plain, as God intended.

do you brush off the big pieces of salt if there's too many?

Sometimes.

where do you prefer to sit? 1st base, 3rd base, behind home, outfield?

Behind home or along the first base line if I'm going all bougie ballgame. Outfield bleachers if I'm with my people.


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Other than his choice of seating location, chud’s contribution to this thread is surprisingly hack.

My last game must have been Husky basketball.

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Other than his choice of seating location, chud’s contribution to this thread is surprisingly hack.

My last game must have been Husky basketball.

yeah, we get it..you live in seattle..


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 Post subject: Re: Your Last Sporting Event
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Wait chud, the game you took me to was bougie seating. Wtf.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Last Sporting Event
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I've been afraid to ask what bougie seating is..


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We were maybe ten rows back on the first base line. In Fenway. That can't be cheap

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Yeah we were definitely in bougie seating that day. Since I got the tickets day of the game on the second hand market and 2019 sucked for the Red Sox, they were pretty much what I would have paid for bleacher seats in other circumstances.


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The roof standing room section (3B side) has a great view of game, park, and the city. I've done this a couple times.


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meaningless game but was invited to watch in a suite and drank and ate like there was no tomorrow

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Nov. 30th 2019. Blues beat Penguins

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Patriots at Bills, September 2019. I wore Dolphins stuff, rooted for the Bills and got yelled at a lot. Brady was terrible but the Pats still won. Tailgating in cool weather was wonderful.

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i think a home lakers game against the celtics in 2019

We get it ... you live in LA

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Went to this game after I toured the PFHOF and R&R HOF. (Very glad I did that before the pandemic!) The Indians' pitcher threw a complete game, first time I've seen that live. Also, I really liked their ballpark, I'd recommend going to a game there even if you're not a fan of them.


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“The Jake” was among that first generation of new, classic-modern ballparks. I wanna say around the same time as Camden Yards? It really is a cool stadium and gave rise/inspiration to other new parks in Seattle, San Francisco, Pittsburgh ... they all have a fantastic aesthetic.

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i was in cleveland's ballpark before the renovations. it was horrible.

speaking of horrible, the white sox ballpark (Guaranteed Rate or whatever they're calling it this year) was the first of the new ballparks. the guy that designed camden yards put in a design, and they rejected it. they also rejected a fantastic retro version of a new park that would have been put down north of where the current stadium is (armour square park). the renderings are unbelievable. and of course, they rejected them.

If you're ever interested in reading about it, here is the story:

https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/the- ... d-history/

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 Post subject: Re: Your Last Sporting Event
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Chris_H_2 wrote:
i was in cleveland's ballpark before the renovations. it was horrible.

speaking of horrible, the white sox ballpark (Guaranteed Rate or whatever they're calling it this year) was the first of the new ballparks. the guy that designed camden yards put in a design, and they rejected it. they also rejected a fantastic retro version of a new park that would have been put down north of where the current stadium is (armour square park). the renderings are unbelievable. and of course, they rejected them.

If you're ever interested in reading about it, here is the story:

https://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/the- ... d-history/

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Looks great, too bad it didn't pan out. I really like the modern takes on classic old time ballparks.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Last Sporting Event
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