Thursday, June 29, 2006

Rain out in Baltimore gives fans a rare opportunity

Thursday’s Baltimore Sun ran a story about a rain out of an Orioles/Phillies Interleague game Tuesday that forced the two teams to play a doubleheader on Wednesday. A high school baseball team traveling to various major league parks as part of a senior trip decided to stay over in Baltimore and see the doubleheader. Some said they enjoyed staying over at Camden Yards better than their trip to Yankee Stadium. Other fans interviewed told Sun reporter Katie Carrera they were glad to see the day-night doubleheader simply because it allowed them the rare opportunity to see a day game on a weekday. "I actually prefer afternoon games. It's the way baseball should be played," Norm Sensinger of Baltimore said to the Sun." In the daylight." Follow this link to read the full story from Thursday’s Baltimore Sun.

I hate to cross blog, but the Bristol White Sox, the subject of another blog I write, were rained out of tonight’s Appalachian League game in Bristol with the rival Kingsport Mets.

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