I went to Dodger Stadium tonight with a big group from my office. Our seats were in the right field pavilion, which happens to be the all-you-can-eat section. What that means is that some of the food is free — hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, and Coke, as served by concession stands that have no lines unless someone is attempting to pay for the free food — and then there are some other concession stands selling beer, ice cream, and candy.
(You may notice that the ticket stub above shows the group name; unfortunately, it was too late to get it changed from “Yahoo! Content Solutions” to “Smellosaurus Rex.” Actually, if there was a point at which they showed the names of all the groups in attendance on the scoreboard, I missed it.)
The view from right field is pretty good…
It’s a fine place to get some studying done…
Not particularly baseball related, but I notice that although Spanish for “high definition” is “alta definition,” they’re still abbreviating it “HD”…
In conclusion, it turns out that three Dodger Dogs, two Cokes, and an order of nachos is all I can eat.
Oh, yeah, Dodgers 6, Padres 3. The starting pitchers were Greg Maddux for
the Padres and David Wells for the Dodgers, so I believe the total age of the starters was something like 119.
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And the combined weight of the pitchers was like 1,000 pounds–but it wasn’t very evenly distributed.
Greg Maddux is the ugliest man on the All Cute Team.