First base coach cheer: Jeff Frazier gave us a big smile and wave. YAY Jeff!
The Maven told us that yesterday's game is the best Chiefs game he's ever seen. He's been going to Chiefs games for 51 years. The most memorable game was a playoff game in 1969, but yesterday's game was the best.
Ballpark oddity: There's a man who walks by us during every game and flips the Maven a piece of candy.
Li'l Fox was out and about in his uniform toight. I didn't get a chance to snap a photo when he walked past me, but I did get one of him with the rest of his family. He's such a cutie!
|Adam Fox's son in his Chiefs Uniform|
On a final note, my friend Ellen Hartman's new book (MARRIED BY JUNE) is on sale now. I started reading it this morning, and came across the following sentence:
"So far, he'd read the Stations of the Cross, lit a candle for his grandmother, said a prayer that the Nationals would find a starting pitcher and, if it wasn't too much, a center fielder who could both catch and hit."
So I e-mailed her.
I started MARRIED BY JUNE before coming to work this morning. So far I'm loving
it, except the part where the hero is praying for a starting pitcher for the
You see, the Nationals KEEP STEALING PITCHERS FROM THE SYRACUSE
CHIEFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (I know, I know, that's what the farm system is for).
Hee.Ellen, Ellen, Ellen. I could have told you anything you want to know!
I didn't realize that was the farm team. I had to look up team lore about the Nationals because I didn't know who their rivals were or what the tenor of the hometown fan relationship was. I'd have worked in a Syracuse plug if I'd realized.