Another example of ghetto Dodger stadium
I think I blogged about my experience at Dodger stadium last summer when the Dodgers played the Cubs; the 12 year old girl who threw her soda at me and swore at my Cubs jersey? Oh her mother must have been proud.
And yet again, everyone I talk to that’s experienced Dodger stadium says the same thing to me – GHET- TO.
I ran into a friend this weekend who said he’ll never go to Dodger stadium ever again. Not only is it about 1 hour in traffic to get there, but it’s in the worst possible neighborhood – you could literally get shot if you stop your car at the wrong intersection. My friend (let’s call him Pete) who went to a game last season told me that he was waiting in line for beer (again, no beer vendors at ghetto stadium) and a few Dodger fans shoved him, because; well he was wearing his Cubs jersey. I’m sorry but isn’t it considered approved baseball etiquette to wear your team’s jersey to a game that they are playing at? DUH. I could definitely understand if someone wore a White Sox jersey to Wrigleyfield when the Sox weren’t even playing..that’s understandable.
The Dodgers may have swept the Cubs for the pennant and may have just beaten them in spring training, but at least Cubs fans don’t shove or throw things or scream profanity at other fans. I’m proud I’m a Cubs fan – at least we don’t act like belong in a trailer park.