Wednesday, August 09, 2006

My Kind of Game


Last night’s game at Safeco Field is the kind of baseball game I truly enjoy. The seats were nice, club section behind home plate. It was very warm but not hot. The company was enjoyable. My hot dog was tasty, and for the first time ever I consumed a ballgame dog with more than just yellow mustard on it. And the game was decided in the tenth.

A matched game, the Mariners and Devil Rays entered extra innings 1-1. During the bottom of the tenth, the M’s loaded the bases (with to intentional walks) and with one out Richie Sexon ended the game with a grand slam to center field on a 1-0 pitch.

The Mariners may be stumbling this season, but it's always good to win one at home. And is there a better way to win a ballgame than with a grand slam at the bottom of the tenth?

Coming up:
  • The Devil Rays are in town again tonight, third of three.
  • Beckham comes to the Emerald City for a little exposition action as Real Madrid takes on DC United at Qwest Field.
  • At Key Arena, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw.
  • And a don’t-miss: The Cindy Sheehan Show is coming to the University of Washington. Tickets are $225 per person – proceeds go toward the purchase of a vacant lot across from Dick Cheney’s hunting cabin.

2 comments:

Rick said...

she might want to get a plot of land a little further out of range.

Todd said...

Tracy and I saw Tim and Faith in Charlotte a feww weeks ago. I am not a huge country fan, but they put on quite a show. I was impressed. Go Mariners!