A Day At The Park

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Derek Jeter and Robinson Cano, warming up:

Alex Rodriguez, testing the wind with a few blades of grass. Yes, it was blowing out… harbinger?

Did I mention the wind was blowing out?

Because it never gets old:

Neither does this:

Mark Teixeira with the scoop (during pre-game):

A.J. Burnett‘s follow-through:

Brett Gardner, leading off:

Derek Jeter‘s long shadow after a first inning single:

ARod’s double, about to slide. He’s looking very good, if you haven’t noticed:

Nick Swisher, about to make contact:

Speaking of looking very good so far, Curtis Granderson:

Teix takes the business end of a shattered bat to the batboy. Have I mentioned the BatGlove lately?

Plenty of good seating INSIDE the moat; not as much OUTSIDE of it. (Picture taken around 5pm of a 4:10pm start time):

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5 thoughts on “A Day At The Park

  1. Today was a good for baseball, was surprised how empty the place was this afternoon. Still was a good game to watch, enjoying how the top of the lineup came thru big today.

    • Yeah, we were darned cold by 5pm. Maybe the cold scared people off?

      • It honestly wasnt that cold, i know u seen plenty of crazy fans in t-shirts and a few insane people in shorts. But the place was pretty empty by 8th inning

  2. Sabrina

    Jason nice pics of your day at the stadium. Even though it was cold, hope you had fun!

  3. Matthew G.

    It was great to meet you at the game, Jason!

    I too was a bit frustrated by all the empty seats. By the eighth inning the place felt like a ghost town, and there wasn't much electricity in the air even when Mariano entered.

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