Walker: As a security measure, post-9/11, any clothing which conceals a guest's face is prohibited, including but not limited to, costumes and masks," explained Jay Alves, the Rockies' vice president of communications and public relations. "That would include bags over a guest's head."Choose a comment:1. The terrorists have won....but not the Rockies.2. When paper bags are outlawed only outlaws will have paper bags.3. This rule makes sense, because everyone knows the 9/11 terrorists wore paper bags on their heads.
Yaxe: Padres have been mediocre for roughly three years now. The stadium is a ghost town now. I think 11,000 (in a 40k stadium) attended last game.Gonna be happy when the Pads get sold to the O'Malley family +friends.
desertgeek: Yaxe: Padres have been mediocre for roughly three years now. The stadium is a ghost town now. I think 11,000 (in a 40k stadium) attended last game.Gonna be happy when the Pads get sold to the O'Malley family +friends.I was there on vacation 2 years ago when the Padres were in the hunt for the NL West title. Went to a game there in September when they hosted the Giants. The place wasn't half full and it was 60% Giants fans.Whoever buys the team has a TON of work to do to get Padres fans in that stadium./which is a shame because I love that ballpark
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