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Pay attention - I said the crowd was quite diverse yesterday, something that was really great to see. That Edwin Jackson made such an impression was a really good thing. Read between the lines and you'll see what I'm saying.
hammonds, d-train was one of the biggest draws in baseball during his run at the top.
hey minty, don't you have a complete game to pitch? and how can one, ruin a losing streak? hello mcfly?!?!
I didn't drink enough coffee before I posted. And you know I don't pitch.
i've seen tons of diverse crowds at nats park and i love it.i'm sorry i just don't see what d-train had to do with bringing in crowds ... and no chief i'm not dense. maybe i just never noticed it. i just am not one to think dontrelle willis brought in a lot of fans
Haha I'm just messing with you.
I know you have my autographed baseball card right next to your collection of B-Rob's socks.
What XM station is the game on today? I have to build the set for our show (opens Friday!) and I'm hoping to be able to bring the XM and listen to the game.
Frankly I prefer seats with a bit more of a bird's eye view for game-watching, but lower down is obviously nice for getting closer to the action, jawing at players, attempting to get autographs or fly balls, etc.
Phillips (hamstring) is listed in Sunday's lineup against the Nationals, according to the Reds' official Twitter page.
Chief you coming today buddy?
i still like the crowds in 128-130 the best, those are the most die-hard fans. The nicer sections tend to draw yuppie-types who are there to be seen. The Mezz. are the occasional fans and often a lot of people rooting for the opposition. The 300's were pretty good. So far I haven't sat in the 400's.
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