May 22, 2004

First Mets Game of Season

POST #    1054

Sadly, last night was my first Mets game of the season, which I went to with Shannan, Dahlia and Sam. I guess first games come in late May when you no longer have season tickets. No matter, it was fun anyway. And...the Mets won 9-7. There were multiple hot dogs consumed by all and it was a grand ole time. I might have had the most fun when I stepped on my peanut shells though. Damn, I love that.

Braden Looper, the Mets closer, gave up his first runs of the year, as he blew the save opportunity in the 9th.

- Dahlia on "Travelling on Subways"

Posted by tien mao in Sports at 10:26 AM

 

 

THAT hot dog picture will go on your Sports ABOUT page. Clearly!

Posted by: Jen at May 22, 2004 11:27 AM

Hot dogs!? How could you pass up that delicious pizza they have on offer there? I like that picture of the peanut shells. That's what my underseat looked like on Tuesday.

Posted by: Adam at May 22, 2004 2:01 PM

yeah jen, i was thinking that too. sigh...great way to have people view me.

adam, i don't know your review of it already made me shake my head. there was no way i needed to try it.

Posted by: tien at May 23, 2004 10:27 AM

one day too early man! how pissed are YOU!? Almost saw Glavine throw that NO-NO :)

Posted by: joel at May 23, 2004 9:01 PM

actually, two days too early. and it was almost a no-no. would have been the mets first no-no ever.

Posted by: tien at May 23, 2004 9:06 PM

Cosmic-- I was at my first baseball game of the season on Saturday night, as well. Except, um, that I was in Cincinnati and trying to figure out what team to route for-- the Reds or the Astros. My final conclusion-- who cares? If they're not the Yankees, what's the point?

Posted by: corie at May 24, 2004 4:40 PM

so at the reds game, did you consume lots of hot dogs too?

don't you mean, who to cheer against and if it's not the yankees, what's the point?

Posted by: tien at May 24, 2004 5:52 PM

sadly, no hot dogs. i did eat nearly an entire tub of popcorn, though...and a drank a lot of beer.

i couldn't figure out who i should actually cheer for. i wound up just going with the reds. i don't generally pay attention to the national league.

Posted by: corie at May 24, 2004 7:32 PM

no hot dogs? for shame! when it doubt, it's usually good to cheer for the home team, unless you hate them, of course.

Posted by: tien at May 25, 2004 8:39 AM

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