I took this picture tonight. He was doing what he always does…signs autographs for everyone.. I was sitting in a baseline seat with access to the food, It is like Dugout Club only you aren’t as secluded and you can carry your food everywhere. No one serves you at your seat You have to take the walk and get your own food.
The game was exciting as usual. The Dodgers scored again in the first inning and kept on going.. Clayton Kershaw did well but not as well as his last outing. James McDonald came in at relief and was able to do what he had to do. Furcal was the hero of the game. Isn’t that great when he had stated that he was slumping but no one notices because of the streak. And then boom, he hits 3 of 5. Russell is coming along nicely as well. He is finding himself.
So now the Dodgers have surpassed that 98 year old record. The Dodgers have made history. I am glad that my two wonderful friends were with me. Of course we didn’t sit together. Now that I think about it, I don’t sit with anyone usually.
The above picture is of Andre during a pensive moment. I also took that picture tonight. Yes yes, girls, we have the best looking team on the planet. They also are very talented at what they do.
And the above picture is of our Manny. He adds the excitement.
When I walk into Dodger Stadium, I was telling my friend Marynell, it’s like another world. You can forget about everything else because we are in Dodgertown. Nothing else matters for that moment in time. Everyone knows your name. The security staff, the ushers, other fans, we are like family. I sit in the section called Ernie Land. Ernie is the usher who takes care of us. Everyone seems to care about the fans. The parking staff knows where I park, the Dugout Club staff always welcomes me as though I had season tickets there. It is a unique town where everyone is welcome.
And this is why I love baseball. This is why the Dodgers are my team..