So, Monday night I had my first "Buck Night" experience at a Sea Wolves game. First off, the Erie Sea Wolves are the local baseball team, for you non-Erie folks. Furthermore, "Buck Night" refers to a night that hot dogs, beer, pretzels, etc. are all $1 each.
AND it's not those gross hot dogs that have been sitting on a rotisserie for hours. They're Smith hot dogs being grilled on an actual grill by a nice man who looks like my uncle.
We attended with the Usual Suspects..
Anywhoos, baseball is one of those things that I forgot I really enjoy until I go. We had so much fun! My favorite activity was the Smith wiener races. Yep, they raced around the field...
Another thing that I like about the Sea Wolves game is that they're definitely family friendly. They have a "Kids Stampede" where hundred of kids sprint across the field (hilarious!), lots of crowd participation activities between innings, and the kids stand on the dugouts and lead the "Cotton-Eyed Joe" after the 7th inning stretch.
Sadly, the Sea Wolves lost to Altoona. Happily, we didn't get smacked in the face with a foul ball.
EDIT: Can anyone see these pictures? They're not showing up for me.