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May 27, 2011: We took Bus 10 from downtown Milwaukee to the general area surrounding Miller Park. Apparently 45th Street is the closest stop that Google Maps could give us to get us to Miller Park. We present you photograph #1 chronicling our walk from the bus stop to Miller Park:
The Italian Sausage, The Chorizo, The Polish Sausage, The Bratwurst, and The Hot Dog), each $12. After realizing that she’d be spending $60 on toys, she dejectedly put them back and bought a magnet with them on it for $3.
Their antics prompted the man sitting behind Lisa to become incensed. Not only did he scream and curse at them, but he also reported them via text message to the Brewers’ Fan Misconduct Hotline because “he paid to sit in his seats, not stand.” Wow, sir. We think you might need some anger management sessions…or prescription drugs.
The large Polish man sitting in front of Lisa kept eating sunflower seeds and spewing them at his girlfriend at a rapid rate quite similar to a machine gun.
At the top of the 5th, we got hungry and decided to go in search of food. We waited for the bottom of the 4th to end before standing because we didn’t want to be crucified by the Seat Nazi sitting behind us because it’s quite apparent that he pays the mortgage on Miller Park. In the process of seeking a bratwurst stand, we found Mecca. The Associate Bank Kids’ Zone is located near the right field corner on Field Level and to date it is THE best Kids’ Zone we’ve ever experienced. First, we found The Italian Sausage and The Bratwurst:
Onward to the 7th inning stretch. The Prancing Prostitutes emerged yet again to provide the entertainment. Literally the worst 7th inning stretch in history.
awful, awful facial hair. It’s worse than anything Jayson Werth could’ve done. Romo recorded 2 outs before walking Braun, and prompting yet another pitching change. Javier Lopez immediately walked Fielder and was replaced with Ramon Ramirez. Casey McGehee hit a ground ball single to Miguel Tejada, who really should’ve earned an E5 for that play, and loaded the bases. In the midst of this exciting rally, a fan nearby heckled our entire section for not standing and cheering. Little did he know that we sat in close proximity to the Seat Nazi. It’s not that we didn’t WANT to stand and cheer. We were frightened to. Lisa made Serena leave her protective shank back at the hotel so we had no weapons on us with which to defend ourselves against Hitler. Jonathan Lucroy followed up this play with a line drive to left field that scored Braun. Fielder attempted to score from second, but Slow Chubby A$$ was thrown out at the plate by Cody Ross.
Brian Wilson entered the game in the bottom of the 9th and easily closed the door on the Brewers. Final score: 5-4. So far this season, we’re 0-2 on the road.