- Dec 4, 2009
Yeah that’s what I was expecting. Outclassed by the Rays yet again.I'm kinda mad it wasn't an actual dog like one of the dogs who fetches bats like this guy:
Crowds have been good. Lots of families, lots of LL teams, and some of the college beer drinking kids. I imagine the ownership is pretty happy with Year 1.Ah the Dentist, bless his heart. Are families and little kids even going to WooSox games in large numbers? From what I've seen (limited sample, mind you) it's predominantly been Chamber of Commerce types, people that want to drink beer, and college age kids as a prelude to a night of partying.
That's good. In my limited exposure there was no family friendly vibe to the crowd at all. I would also add that there may be some hesitancy on the part of some families to bringing unvaccinated younger kids to a crowded stadium, so perhaps it will be even better in the time to come.Crowds have been good. Lots of families, lots of LL teams, and some of the college beer drinking kids. I imagine the ownership is pretty happy with Year 1.
This is just great on so many levels-- WELCOME! I am very happy about your Paws-sighting -- and everything that helps the at risk woofs in general and and our Sox in particular!Paws was at the game last Saturday. They also still did the draw for a Pawtucket Boys and Girls club member to get a Workd Series ticket. It was a fun night, Seabold’s near no-no, with a pretty full house in a beautiful park I like it better than Portland where we go a couple of times a summer. We’ll definitely be back.