Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Baseball Logic, or Why I End Up At Fifty Games A Year

I don't have a TV at home, or more like, I don't have a TV that actually gets reception or has cable or any of that fancy-schmancy stuff.

Suppose it's an average weekday and I want to watch the Mariners game, and I don't have any friends around to impose on for the use of their television. Well, I could go to a bar and watch the game, but by the time I buy a drink, and probably some food, etc, I'm going to be out around 10-15 bucks, plus I'd have to sit in a bar.

If I go down to Safeco Field, I can buy a ticket for 7 bucks and be there to watch the game. Heck, if it's a day like today, where I know I'm not going to the game on Saturday, and I might as well trade in my tickets, then I can pretty much go to today's game, essentially, for free, and even sit somewhere decent.

And today it's the Yankees. Moyer vs. Mussina.

So yeah... I'm off to the game again.

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