Monday, May 28, 2007

Take Her Out To The Ball Game...

Eight bucks to park?! I thought these tickets were free?

Ok, so here we are.
Nice place. Never been here since they re-done it.
(Jade's wide angle lense would have really come in handy for this one)

Wow, I can almost see the action.
Got what I paid for, I guess...
I feel a nosebleed coming on...
Meanwhile, as the Los Angeles team was recieving a 12-5 beat-down by the Mariners (happy,happy me), the real Anaheim team, The Ducks, was clinching the first game of the Stanley Cup finals, right across the street at the Honda Center.



Go Ducks!!!!

7 comments:

Kal said...

Eight bucks? you're complaining about eight bucks? Try parking around Fenway sometime. You need a second mortgage to watch a freaking Red Sox game....

Palm boy said...

Yeah, $8 is cheap.
Dallas Stars And Mavericks tickets are at least 12, and baseball @ the Rangers goes for about $10.

Gino said...

kal: isnt that kinda wrong?
what the hell is the ticket price for? just add it all up and be honest with the people is my view.

palm boy: i got the tix free. the $8 was just to park. the tix, btw, had a face value of $6. the cheap seats. LOL

Anonymous said...

A bad, even expensive, few hours at the ballpark, in the company of a pretty lady, still beats a great few hours at work. (but not a few hours on the golf course)

kd

Jade said...

Hey, I thought of you when I was at the gym tonight and saw the Angels/Mariners playing. Mariners lost tonight though. Boo!

Kal said...

Well, with Fenway, it's just plain smarter to take the T (the subway), plus there's commuter rail access for people who live outside the city.

Why make everyone who goes to the game subsidize the waste-ful, car using, habits of the rich suburbanites?

(As I continue my evolution into total communist...)

Gino said...

kd: even better: a few hours with the pretty lady without the presence of 42,000 other people.

jade: my favorite team is whoever is playing the los angeles team.
go mariners!

kal: here in the OC, we dont do mass transit. instead, we transit in a large mass.