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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Rockies v. Dodgers

Our Family's First
Major League Baseball Game


This evening our family attended our first Major League baseball game at Coors Field, where we saw the Colorado Rockies v. the Los Angeles Dodgers. Here are a few pics:

At home, all ready to leave for the game.
Arriving at the stadium. Coors Field has consistently been voted as one of the most popular stadiums in professional baseball, and now our family knows why. The stadium is absolutely beautiful.
Entering the stadium. Ball park tickets: $28 dollars. Parking pass: $13.00. Witnessing Jaxson's first reaction to seeing a REAL Major League baseball field: PRICELESS!!!
The center field of Coors Field has this beautiful water fountain. Another reason why it is rated one of the best in baseball.
Dodger manager Joe Torre supervising pitching practice. Torre was the man who brought four World Series titles to the New York Yankees between 1996-2007.
Jaxson taking in the awesomeness of Coors Field.
And even though our seats were way out in center field, we still had a decent view...and had a GREAT time.
Zakary getting ready to root, root, root for the home team!
Coors Field also has TONS of fun activities for kids. Here is Zakary doing some tee ball madness.
The whole clan having a blast! Who says baseball is boring!


And here's a short video of the 7th inning stretch where, by tradition, everyone sings "Take Me Out To The Ball Game."


And the singing of the National Anthem:


Oh, and most important of all, the Rockies won the game! 11-3.

3 comments:

Maynards said...

I didn't know you had a blog! Thanks for sharing your fun time at the game. Funny thing, right before I found this, I was looking up ticket prices for the Rockies Game tomorrow. Great minds think alike!

Brad Hart said...

Yeah, I am a quasi-blog nerd. I actually have 2 blogs. Thanks for stopping by!

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