Monday, August 6, 2007

Talk about fan UN-friendly ... meet the AStros

If you are a fan of a team beside the Houston Astros, I suggest loading up on your team's garb before you take a trip to Minute Maid Park, home of one of the unfriendliest teams in Major League Baseball.
Minute Maid Park is one of FOUR parks in the league not to sell anything with the opposing teams' logos on it.
This has to be the dumbest thing I've ever heard of. What case can be made for not carrying at least a hat or a pen? Give me a break. It's not like people are coming to watch the Astros these days. At least help the fans who are paying the price to sit in the seats.
Joke, joke joke. The Astros are a joke.


Blogger Joel Anderson said...

A joke? No, your rant is a joke.

Dude, go buy your Cubs T-shirt in Chicago. Stop trying to wear your gear in the great Juice Box.

We don't take kindly to interlopers like yourself.

August 6, 2007 at 9:41 PM  
Blogger Joel Anderson said...

A joke? No, your rant is a joke?

Dude, go buy your Cubs T-shirt or cap at Wrigley. The Juice Box isn't obligated to provide you the opportunity to buy some stuff you should have got in Chicago.

You know what's a joke? A franchise that hasn't won a pennant in 62 years. At that rate, Tampa Bay might get one before the Cubbies.

By the way, if you're curious to know what a pennant looks like, just look up in the stands at Minute Maid.

The Astros have got a couple of 'em.

August 6, 2007 at 9:46 PM  
Blogger Roy Lang III said...

The point was there was a lot of Cubs fans at Minute Maid ... you would have thought it was a home game. Cubs, Rangers, Red Sox, Yankees, whatever. It's not too much to ask to carry a hat of other teams.
It's not like a game in Chicago or Boston or New York, with all the transplants, and not 100 years of tradition, stadiums such as Houston, Florida, Texas and Tampa Bay would be well served (and would make money) to carry something.
A couple of pennants for Houston? You know what a pennant is? If you do, not sure how they have a couple?

August 13, 2007 at 1:38 PM  

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