MLB Opening Day 2011
March 31, 2011
Yes, Baseball Fans, the day has finally arrived. Spring training is over and the long march to October has begun.
Are you excited for Baseball Season? Have you already picked up tickets for a few choice games?
Baseball is a sport that is steeped in tradition both on the field and off. This is a game that is as established in its mechanics and routine as fans are in their rituals for it.
You see, Baseball isn't just a trip to the field or a lazy sunday afternoon watching the game from your couch. No, Baseball is parking your car on someone's front lawn for $20. It's the hustle and bustle around the stadium with vendors and performers all over. It's hearing the cry of the beer guy as he dutifully trudges up and down the stands.
Baseball is your memories and the spectacle of humanity that only happens when the masses congregate. It's not even so much about the game as it is about everything that goes along with it.
Sure, no one wants their team to lose, but in this day and age, even a loss on on the day you got to visit the park can't dampen the entire experience because Baseball is more than just that.
And even from the edge of your seat cushion at home, your routine makes it something special. Baseball is as comfortable and familiar as the leather of the catcher's mitt is to his hand.
So as we embark on this 162-game journey, take time to enjoy it all for what the game means to you. And if that means playoffs or bust, then so be it.
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