so i can boo the crap out of Carlos Quentin
who today was suspended a paltry EIGHT games for charging the mound
so he could perform violence on Zach Greinke.
he succeeded and Greinke’s collarbone was broken and he’s now out eight WEEKS.
but because Quentin is an asshole on top of being a terrible person he has the gall to appeal the “suspension”
which means that when the Dodgers come home from their road trip to play San Dieger at Chavez Ravine on Monday
Public Enemy Number One will be on the field.
which means i would like to be in the stands to boo him like i booed Lee Elia way back in the day.
problem is you dont know if he’s gonna play left field or right field,
so how about sitting right behind the visitor’s dugout so as to boo and flip off the dude after every inning?
whats the worst it could set me back: $75? $100? $150?
HOW ABOUT FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS PLUS FEES FACE VALUE.
F O R O N E T I C K E T
for a baseball game in april in los angeles.
that’s more than Rolling Stones tickets!
Dodgers Padres in 2013 is not better than a Rolling Stones show ever.
magic johnson, i realize you come from the world of basketball where it’s perfectly ok to shake down ticketholders
especially those who dare sit near the action.
but thats because your arenas are often 1/2 if not 1/3 the size of baseball parks
and you only play 1/2 as many home games.
baseball is a sport you used to be able to take your whole family to and not have to go back to slangin cane
but im not Breaking Bad. i dont have stacks of crisp bills hiding in a vent in the baby’s room
$400 baseball tickets? Thats that ish I don’t like