(Weekend nickname given by Colediggy)
This weekend I had the fortune of attending 2 live pro sports events (thanks to Amy's dad): Heat-Nets Game 3 and the Saturday match-up between the Yankees and A’s. During each 3 to 4 hour experience – I observed a few things that I wanted to share:
- The prices of food and drinks at these events is straight-up robbery. $9 for a beer (more expensive than
- Leaving early. With 5 minutes to play on Friday night, the Heat were up by one…..
- The “production” – the attempt to keep the audience entertained every single minute at a game is something funny to watch. Music, promotions, the jumbo screen all helpful tools...My favorite are the Miami Heat "Golden Oldies" - which are a group of about 7-10 women (and 2 men) over the ago of 70 who put on a dance routine that without fail ends in some kind of "shake yo' ass booty music bounce." On a seperate note – Amy wants to know how the Yankees pick the songs for each player while they go from the on-deck circle to the plate. Does anyone know this? Do the players pick it themselves?
There are several other nuiances at live sports events, but those were some that caught my mind this weekend. I'm hoping to hit up some more baseball games this summer - so those of you with corporate tickets.... Holla when you are looking for people to fill the seats.
To answer Amy's question, I believe the players DO pick their song. At least, that is how its been with the Marlins and Braves in the past. Need a W tonight from the heat.
Chub Rock is correct. The players do pick their own songs. You gotta love how players like Jeter always pick the hottest hip hop track of the week and a guy like Posada always picks Hispanic folk music.
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