posted on Oct, 5 2006 @ 07:14 AM
Originally posted by chissler
Yeah thats the one. Plays like that are pretty rare.
Someone got reemed for it I'm sure.
Crakeur said he was attending the game, I'm excited to hear what he has to say.
the game was one of the best I've ever attended and I've been to a few good met games (season tickets at my disposal during the late 80's early
The place was rocking and the team was pumped. Willie managed his bullpen brilliantly in my opinion. Dealing with a lack of arms isn't going to be
easy in the 7 game series, assuming they move on after this one.
The downside to this, getting in and out of the stadium. Thanks to the new stadium construction, everyone must walk on one side of the stadium to get
where they need to go. The human traffic was horrific, starting with the Long Island Railroad. Getting up off the platform was awful and getting
into the stadium was a nightmare but none of that compared to getting back up to the trains when it was time to go. After wandering around for an
hour, letting the crowd thin out (didn't happen) and trying to find an alternate means of fleeing the masses, my dad and I went with the subway
route. He's 72 and a few months off of ankle surgery so he was aching, his foot swollen and not letting him move around very easily. WE managed to
squeeze into the lines and work our way up to the gate to enter the subway. He popped in, I found out that my metro card was cashless and I had to
back out, thru the crowd and go add money to the card. Lost the old man for 30 minutes and then, finally, we boarded a train and headed back to the
We have tickets for game 5. Crapola seats. We were on the field this time, we are in the clouds next time. I might trade two of the tickets for
some lasik surgery (yup, someone is willing to trade services for tickets) rather than deal with that mess again.
I am hard at work trying to get the good seats for the next round.