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theproof
10-31-2009, 08:40 PM
I thought it would be interesting to hear everyone's worst experiences they've had while out watching the games at the ballparks.

Here's mine.

AT @T park A's Vs Giants 2009

I went to this game with my friend knowing that it would get a little rowdy because it was the bay bridge series. Never did I think that I would be caught in the middle of two drunk idiots fighting. I just got back from the concession stand and got a large soda and some nacho's. I was sitting next to a couple of A's fan's who looked to be in their 30's who for the most part, where quiet most of the night with the exception of a few Let's Go Oakland! chants. I noticed they where drinking quite a bit so I knew **** would hit the fan eventually. So I'm sitting there getting ready to eat my food and then one of the A's fan's screams out Let's go Oakland!

Seconds later, a drunken Giants fan, who looked to be in his early 20's, who was sitting about 2 rows up screams back at the A's fan, "Go the **** back to Oakland! This is my house!" After he said that the crowed near him started cheering :facepalm:. The A's fans I was sitting next to just ignored him. About a minute later, A's Pitcher Vin Mazzarro struck out Juan Uribe and the A's fans started clapping and cheering. This did not make the drunk Giants fan above me happy. He walked over to where me and the A's fans where sitting and proceeded to tell him to get the **** outta here while his Girl Friend was holding him back screaming "Let's go!".

One of the A's fans stood up facing him face to face while they traded insults at each other and before I knew it, it turned into a shoving match. The A's fan was pushed into me, making me spill some of my food on myself and that's when I got pissed off myself. I screamed out "What the ****!!!" And stood up to confront that drunk Giants fan. But before I got into it, the security was heading towards the fight and I just sat back down. It wasn't worth being thrown out. At the end of it all, the only guy who was thrown out was the Giants fan.

That was the closest I've ever come to getting in a fight a baseball game. And I'm happy that I didn't because I pay to watch baseball not fight.


Oakland Coliseum A's Vs Tigers 2007

No fights here, but it was on of the worst experiences I've ever had at a baseball game. I didn't get to enjoy the game at all because it was a night game dI was dumb enough not to bring a jacket. I was freezing my *** off the whole time and couldn't pay attention to the game. I could only blame myself for this one.

dbow1920
10-31-2009, 09:24 PM
Last year I was at the Phillies game against the Braves sitting in the first row in right field...it started off a pretty good night until these 2 dudes showed up and right away started dropping f-bombs...

"Lets ****ing go Rollins."..."****ing Chris Coste sucks"..."JENKINS, JENKINS LOOK THE **** UP HERE...OH NO? **** YOU THEN *******."

there were little kids allllllllllll over the place, so my dad very politely says "Im sorry, but can you guys try to stop with the f-bombs?" and the one dude trys to be a smart *** and starts saying it louder...So now we are at around the 7th inning and then one of the dudes out of nowhere start talking about my dad,

"what the **** is this old guy going to do?"..."Id **** him up"...the one dude was trying to calm his friend down and then the dude responded with "**** you he cant hear me." to which my brother responded with, "He cant, but I can" ... thats when the one dude who was talking about my dad started freaking out,

"WHAT THE **** IS THAT SUPPOSED TO MEAN?" "I JUST CAME HOME FROM IRAQ, IM ALLOWED TO DO WHATEVER THE **** I WANT TO, GO **** YOURSELF." he just kept going on and on about how he had just come from Iraq and he deserves to be treated like a hero, which he does, but he was acting like a huge prick...My brother just stayed calm and was trying to settle him down, but when my brother turned around the dude just started breathing heavy and his eyes got all big like he wanted to hit him the back of the head...thats when security escorted them out because he was getting out of control

It was the only bad experience ive ever had at a game

theproof
10-31-2009, 09:48 PM
^

Never amazes me how people can be so inconsiderate.

Zmaster52
10-31-2009, 11:02 PM
Sitting next to a drunk lady who woulndt shut the **** up

Brew Crew
10-31-2009, 11:15 PM
Every time I've sat in the outfield and Wrigley...

CQSox305
10-31-2009, 11:17 PM
I had many dumb experiences at wrigley. This year at a game vs my Sox I was sitting by these dumb *** yuppie broads who were talking on their phones and taking pics of themselves the entire game. They didnt even know the score of the game! I mean seriously cubs vs sox tix are well over $100 and they were just there to drink and take pics.

Tqafg96
10-31-2009, 11:21 PM
Some weirdo kept trash talkin' at a Yankees Boston game, so i turn around and calmly ask him to settle down to with he responded with swears and i smack to the back of the head, provoked i whipped around and punched him into a foul poll

jetsfan28
10-31-2009, 11:22 PM
Not really a bad experience, but just an example of a douchebag fan, when I was 16 at a Phillies-Mets game in Philly, some drunk 20+ year old challenged me to a fight because he was mad they were losing, and wouldn't STFU, even when other Philly fans told him too. Most fans there aren't *******s though as long as you're not one.


But seriously, how do you try to start a fight with a 16 year old who's doing nothing when you're over 20 :facepalm:.



Also, I've been at too many just terrible Met games to remember

Pavelb1
10-31-2009, 11:46 PM
Some weirdo kept trash talkin' at a Yankees Boston game, so i turn around and calmly ask him to settle down to with he responded with swears and i smack to the back of the head, provoked i whipped around and punched him into a foul poll

So 96 is your birth year right?

hawksd911
10-31-2009, 11:51 PM
I was a braves fan at giants stadium and i took my nephew there and i bought him a Braves hat because he was happy that he was at his first game, and well these drunk Giants next to us started making fun of my little nephew (about 5) and made him cry, i had to leave about the 6th inning because he was crying too hard, now ever since then i hate the Giants...

dtmagnet
10-31-2009, 11:54 PM
My dad won tickets to a Jays game through some charity function at work and they were for the CIBC (Canadian bank) VIP zone. Not quite a box seat but you can order food and drinks from your seat and there is a bar up behind the seats. Anyways it turns out we had accidentally sat in the wrong seats as the numbering was a little confusing (we wanted seats 08 and 09 and sat in 8 and 9 thinking it was the right seat) and some rich old prick bank executive shows up in the 7th inning completely drunk, obviously was at the bar drinking the whole time and doesn't give a crap about baseball. Anyways he sees us sitting in his seats and loses it "Who the **** are you sitting in my corporate seats! I'm a CIBC executive these are my ****ing seats!" The security person came over since he was making a scene and I kept pointing to my ticket saying "It says seat 8 this is seat 8 that I'm sitting in." The security agent explained how we were one section too far, so we got up and started walking up the stairs so we could get to our correct seats. The ******* turns and says "Yeah thats right these are my ****ing seats!" I wanted to turn and punch him right in the mouth, instead I just turned to my dad and said "I guess when you have enough money it's impossible to get kicked out of a baseball game." To make matters worse he sat and watched one inning of the game then got up and left and never came back. What should have been an awsome experience in some really special seats was ruined by some drunk old dickwad who didn't care a lick about baseball but loved that fact that he was important enough to have corporate seats at the Rogers Centre. Also the Jays lost to the Red Sox.

Joemoes
11-01-2009, 12:19 AM
a few experiences:
I attended a Baltimore game vs Tampa bay and someone hit a homerun and grandfather caught it for his grandson and people started throwing food at him and trash and booing throw it back, his grandson had to of been 5 or 6 years old.....

I went to Yankee stadium this past time and i got ketchup all over my shorts and forgot to grab napkins, i was already seated and didnt want to get back up.....

Yankees @ Baltimore I get up to get some food and i noticed this old guy checking out my girl and her friend I come back and they had beers in their hands from that guy.

Penetra8r
11-01-2009, 12:29 AM
Going to Dodger Stadium, I'm just pure bad luck for the team.

Its like I walk to the seats and then see the opposing team launch a homer

1996... two game lead over the Padres with 3 games left... I drove 180 miles one way to game 1. Loss, drove home. Drove to game 2, Loss... Drove to game 3, fan appreciation day, Loss! Swept in their own home...

They are like the Raiders when I attend a game, so I try to stay home.

Some father / son went to a restroom stall together. I happened to be in the stall next to them, and I guess the father is using the toilet and he lets his son pee on the floor towards my direction... Guess what? I got some pee on my shoe...

AllKohn
11-01-2009, 12:51 AM
In 2005 I went to Cleveland for the Steelers game. After the beautiful 43-0 pounding...a few drunk browns fans started pushing Steelers fans as they passed. I like to fight so I hit a kid who pushed my wife....so what does he do....he punches a girl with a Steelers jersey. Classy.

Also several times at Shea Stadium I would hear fans chanting "Hail Heilman" and doing the Nazi salute.

Lastly,

Was at the game after the Astros no hit the Yankees in Yankee stadium.
I had seats about 4 rows behind the Astros dougout and was cheering them on as they no hit the yanks for the first 4 innings..when security came over and told me I had to leave because I was upsetting the yankee fans around me. That was the biggest ***** moment I have experienced.

Stamina
11-01-2009, 12:51 AM
I got mustard on my Yankees Jersey :(

sacgiants1213
11-01-2009, 01:33 AM
Game 3 of 2001 ALDS, Yankees @ A's.

My dad and I bought pretty good seats. At the time, the tix sounded like they were going to be great. They were like 1st row 2nd deck behind home plate. But when we got there there was a metal railing in the way. So we couldn't really see anything. So, we tried to move elsewhere, but an Usher kicked us out. Finally, we found ourselves up at the very top of MT Davis and we actually sat right next to one of the drummers. So, it was freezing cold, pretty crappy seats, and extremely annoying/noisy, when we expected it to be amazing.

At least i saw the flip play.

Also, any Giants/Dodgers game ends up badly. Dodger fans are just so arrogant and cocky. I guess i should stop going to games where the Giants get blown out by LA.

Pavelb1
11-01-2009, 09:59 AM
I got mustard on my Yankees Jersey :(

Bos @ KC

Slugger tried to start a fight between me and a Yankees fan. It was cold. I got wet. Rock over London. Rock on Chicago. Burger King, home of the whopper.

stupidmop
11-01-2009, 11:52 AM
Also, any Giants/Dodgers game ends up badly. Dodger fans are just so arrogant and cocky. I guess i should stop going to games where the Giants get blown out by LA.

Game where we blow them out, though, are amazing. :)

epgelinas
11-01-2009, 02:14 PM
If it says this on your ticket it DOES NOT mean Outstanding view! It means Obstructed view! In other words words you're sitting behind a giant F#@!ing steel girder.
As a lifelong Sox fan this is one of many reasons why they need to blow this place up!
I always loved Fenway until I went to a game at Camden Yards. That place is worth every penny of what Sox fans pay.

stupidmop
11-01-2009, 02:34 PM
Camden Yards is a beautiful ballpark.

chicagocubsfan
11-01-2009, 02:54 PM
This year at the cubs vs giants series at wrigley. It wasn't that bad but there was one older woman who sat behind me and my dad. She seriously wouldn't shut the **** up. She was looking through the programs and saying all of the players names and stuff, she would pretend to know all of their stats. The 5 minutes she went to get food was priceless.

Zmaster52
11-01-2009, 05:59 PM
So 96 is your birth year right?

yep.

stupidmop
11-01-2009, 07:34 PM
During this past year's Phillys at Giants series, I went with my girlfriend to AT&T. I was excited because they had a special deal that allowed me to get very good seats on the cheap. Unfortunately, my seats ended up being close behind the visitor's dugout. For some reason, a group of elderly Phillys fans all went together and were sitting in this section (and they all wore the same shirt representing their senior citizen club).

Anyway, the game got underway and I had a sign that said, "Werth-Less", which I waved around whenever Werth was up to bat. I generally get a little rowdy and I was heckling all of the Phillys players when they went up to bat (I never said anything offensive, just heckling but it was all clean. I hate when people drop F-bombs at baseball games with kids in earshot). Anyway, after Ryan Howard failed to get on base for the second or third time, I shouted, "Geez, hacks like that are why this is the only club to lose more than 10,000 games!"

After I shouted that this really old woman turned around and said, "Young man, it's very rude for you to boo our players. We don't boo your players, and we even cheer for some of them!"

I was taken aback. I was getting scolded by someone closely resembling my grandmother. So I shrugged and I said, "Lady, you only cheered for Aaron Rowand because he was on your team!" She said again that I was being rude, and I started to feel really bad so I just quieted down and muttered, "Jesus, what is this, Wimbledon?"

I didn't heckle anyone for the rest of the game.

elizur
11-01-2009, 07:39 PM
I got cought smoking a blunt at Shea Stadium last year. It was not really a bad experience. I actually was happy that I got to do it before it closed.

theproof
11-01-2009, 09:42 PM
During this past year's Phillys at Giants series, I went with my girlfriend to AT&T. I was excited because they had a special deal that allowed me to get very good seats on the cheap. Unfortunately, my seats ended up being close behind the visitor's dugout. For some reason, a group of elderly Phillys fans all went together and were sitting in this section (and they all wore the same shirt representing their senior citizen club).

Anyway, the game got underway and I had a sign that said, "Werth-Less", which I waved around whenever Werth was up to bat. I generally get a little rowdy and I was heckling all of the Phillys players when they went up to bat (I never said anything offensive, just heckling but it was all clean. I hate when people drop F-bombs at baseball games with kids in earshot). Anyway, after Ryan Howard failed to get on base for the second or third time, I shouted, "Geez, hacks like that are why this is the only club to lose more than 10,000 games!"

After I shouted that this really old woman turned around and said, "Young man, it's very rude for you to boo our players. We don't boo your players, and we even cheer for some of them!"

I was taken aback. I was getting scolded by someone closely resembling my grandmother. So I shrugged and I said, "Lady, you only cheered for Aaron Rowand because he was on your team!" She said again that I was being rude, and I started to feel really bad so I just quieted down and muttered, "Jesus, what is this, Wimbledon?"

I didn't heckle anyone for the rest of the game.



In the end, I think you did the right thing. Even though it's a baseball game and heckling is part of the game, you gotta respect the elderly.

stupidmop
11-01-2009, 09:50 PM
In the end, I think you did the right thing. Even though it's a baseball game and heckling is part of the game, you gotta respect the elderly.

Absolutely. I was just surprised that a Philly fan was calling someone else rude. :laugh:

Strumpy
11-01-2009, 09:52 PM
I got cought smoking a blunt at Shea Stadium last year. It was not really a bad experience. I actually was happy that I got to do it before it closed.

:clap:

Corey
11-01-2009, 09:53 PM
I went to a Red Sox - Orioles game at Camden, and I only had one clean shirt left, and it was a generic "Yankees Suck" shirt. I got into the stadium, went to my seat, went back down to get a drink, and some random security guard tried to confiscate my shirt.

..I walked away.

donnie23
11-01-2009, 09:59 PM
Everytime I went to the Vet.

theLgndKllr35
11-01-2009, 10:26 PM
If it says this on your ticket it DOES NOT mean Outstanding view! It means Obstructed view! In other words words you're sitting behind a giant F#@!ing steel girder.
As a lifelong Sox fan this is one of many reasons why they need to blow this place up!
I always loved Fenway until I went to a game at Camden Yards. That place is worth every penny of what Sox fans pay.

Who the hell told you it meant Outstanding view?

BarryIsInnocent
11-01-2009, 10:27 PM
So I went to Yankee stadium for a series with my friend from high school. His girlfriend got box seats from her father but she had to work so she gave them to us. It was at Yankee Stadium vs the Orioles. Being from Baltimore, I grew up on the O's. Hes a yankees fan. So in the 3rd inning, the usher comes down and tells me to take my hat off, I couldnt believe it! I told them I wouldnt take my hat off, and to shove it. On top of that, my other friend gets hit in the head with a foul ball, and my bud from highschool got ms Rhode Island's phone number. Talk about a day!

chickendinner11
11-01-2009, 10:56 PM
i'm an angels fan living on the east coast and decided to take my wife and 6 month old daughter to a phillies angels game in philli. i wore an angels cap and t shirt and was having a great time. in the 7th we decided to walk around the park because we had never been there. as we're walking around some a hole decides to curse me out and walk at me like he wanted to hit me while i'm in front of my family....nice!!! some cool philli people got in between us, not sure what i would have done if he had gotten any closer. i can understand why philli fans get a bad rap. angels swept by the way.

Young2Kinsler
11-01-2009, 11:07 PM
I sat about 25 rows behind home plate at the new Busch Stadium, and while it is a nice place and all, the seats back there are not at a big enough slope so the whole game I couldn't see over some one's head who was barely 5'10 and I'm 6'5.

Guess it's not the type of experience the thread is looking for, but just a warning for visiting fans.

Young2Kinsler
11-01-2009, 11:07 PM
Also, I got kicked out of my home ballpark once b/c I stood up for a little kid who was being mistreated by an employee, and being a season ticket holder, I complained and I never saw that man again, lol.

Skippy15
11-01-2009, 11:54 PM
wrigley field in general was just an awful experience. its an amazing place to see a game till the cups fans show up. everyone in the outfield bleachers was drunk, they chanted "greenbay sucks" the whole game because a guy in a brett farve packers jersey caught a ball during batting practice.

this was at a reds cubs game when i was 9 years old. im a cardinals fan but i took a trip over a 3 day weekend with a friend to see chicago and go to a cubs game at wrigley and since i live in ohio my family has quite a bit of reds items so i had a hat and shirt on that said reds. so, its about the 8th inning and every cub fan there is wasted at this point for some reason. idk the point of going if you wont remember the game. so i feel like i have to use the restroom and my friends step dad offers to go with me but i dont wanna interupt his time at the game and tell him i can just go myself. so here i am a 9 year old in a place ive never been before waiting in line to use the restroom, so i get up to a troft, which felt weird enough itself. and this guy keeps staring at me while im pissing so feeling uncomfortable i try to hurry up and get out but before i can this man starts screaming at me "the reds ********** suck the reds ********** suck" over and over. i mean really? saying that to a 9 year old kid? it made me lose all respect for cubs fans and i honestly wouldnt be sad to never go back to wrigley.

jnxzorz
11-01-2009, 11:56 PM
Mets/Philly game at Citizens Bank.

I went to a Mets/Philly game at Citizen's Bank Park and I really had to take a leak around the 5th inning. So i went to the bathroom, and while I was waiting for a urinal some scumbag Philly fans started chanting "Mets fans piss last"

awesomeovie8
11-02-2009, 12:38 AM
in the last season at shea I went to a game and it smelled like cat piss the whole game.

also once I watched the nationals... at rfk in the outfield 1000 feet above the field

JayhawkWild
11-02-2009, 01:52 AM
I sat about 25 rows behind home plate at the new Busch Stadium, and while it is a nice place and all, the seats back there are not at a big enough slope so the whole game I couldn't see over some one's head who was barely 5'10 and I'm 6'5.

Guess it's not the type of experience the thread is looking for, but just a warning for visiting fans.

I've actually noticed that in a bunch of areas in the ballpark. It's like they didn't take into account that somebody might actually sit in front of you.

Young2Kinsler
11-02-2009, 10:37 AM
I've actually noticed that in a bunch of areas in the ballpark. It's like they didn't take into account that somebody might actually sit in front of you.

I didn't get to move around a whole lot, but from what I could tell it was worse where we were than anywhere else. Right down the 3rd base line, the seating looked decent, but again I was at a different angle. Still though, an all around good baseball experience and had no problems with traffic or crowd.

the_ditchdigger
11-02-2009, 11:41 AM
i have season tickets at dodger stadium. unless you've been there, you have no idea. raiders fans of baseball. but these are my homeboys

stupidmop
11-02-2009, 11:56 AM
i have season tickets at dodger stadium. unless you've been there, you have no idea. raiders fans of baseball. but these are my homeboys

Which area do you have your seats in? The Pavilion gets pretty rowdy, but much of the rest of the stadium is fairly tame (and relatively safe for us visitors). :)

The Schmooze
11-02-2009, 12:05 PM
Mets/Phillies Saturday game this year(in August I believe)...

It was the 1969 Memorial Game, where the Mets honored the players from 1969. Busloads of Philly fans came to the stadium, and they were being classless pricks the entire time. Chanting "Mets suck" during the opening ceremonies, and just generally talking ****, and being disrespectful the entire game.

Ive never been to a game where Ive almost gotten in so many fights(which Im glad I held back, b/c I dont want to go to jail for drunken ***holes). We're talking about in the stadium, in the parking lot, etc. It was just a horrible experience. I appreciate the heated rivaliry we have, but show a little respect when youre in your rival's stadium, especially when youre lumping up on our AAA team.

No disrespect to my Phillies friends on PSD, but I have to say that in my experience, Phillies fans have become the worst in baseball.

Pinstripe pride
11-02-2009, 01:15 PM
when I was 8, a squirell landed on my head at a yankee game. other than that nothing really

Jimmy Shine
11-02-2009, 02:38 PM
I used to love to go to the ballpark. Always believed it was the best place to watch a game. Nothings as exciting as watching a close game with 40,000 screaming allies. But sadly, just about every experience recounted in this thread rings a bell.

So now its a comfortable couch, a high def tv, all the scotch i want, a clean john 10 feet away, and no traffic war at the end of the game. And if i wanna hear 40,000 fans cheering for my team, i just turn up the volume.

pf289
11-02-2009, 02:55 PM
i'm an angels fan living on the east coast and decided to take my wife and 6 month old daughter to a phillies angels game in philli. i wore an angels cap and t shirt and was having a great time. in the 7th we decided to walk around the park because we had never been there. as we're walking around some a hole decides to curse me out and walk at me like he wanted to hit me while i'm in front of my family....nice!!! some cool philli people got in between us, not sure what i would have done if he had gotten any closer. i can understand why philli fans get a bad rap. angels swept by the way.

Damn man sorry you didnt have a good time. But you cant assume every fan is like that. Every single team has their fair share of obnoxious fans, an we sure as hell have plenty of them in Philly but not everyone. I had a similar experience in Baltimore an in New York.

catman
11-02-2009, 03:19 PM
About the only "bad" time I've ever had at a ballpark was when a guy dipped his greasy pony-tail in my $5 beer about 10 years ago.

stupidmop
11-02-2009, 04:19 PM
About the only "bad" time I've ever had at a ballpark was when a guy dipped his greasy pony-tail in my $5 beer about 10 years ago.

That's just rancid. I think we have a winner for worst baseball park experience!

VRP723
11-02-2009, 04:26 PM
I went to AT & T Park and wore a Dodgers sweatshirt to a Giants-D-Backs game. It was funny because everyone hated me, not just the Giants fans.

Also, I got strip searched at SFO for wearing the same sweatshirt. A member of security told me I was going to get searched because of it, but I laughed and thought he was joking, but they actually made me wait on the side and take off my sweatshirt and t-shirt and I was searched. Does that count?

stupidmop
11-02-2009, 04:45 PM
I went to AT & T Park and wore a Dodgers sweatshirt to a Giants-D-Backs game. It was funny because everyone hated me, not just the Giants fans.

Also, I got strip searched at SFO for wearing the same sweatshirt. A member of security told me I was going to get searched because of it, but I laughed and thought he was joking, but they actually made me wait on the side and take off my sweatshirt and t-shirt and I was searched. Does that count?

Wow. That's absurd (about SFO). I think it's funny the D-back fans hated on you as well. Maybe they are trying to manufacture a rivalry. :rolleyes:

skeletor1325
11-02-2009, 04:52 PM
Mine was at a spring training game at the then new scottsdale stadium in 1990 i was 10 years oldi grew up a huge giants fan so we are waiting outside the stadium near the parking lot area getting autographs most the players were super cool then finally my fave player comes out Will Clark i was soexcited so me and a few of my friends run up to him and ask him for an autograph he the opens his trunk and pulls out a shot gun on us and scares us off that was needless to say the most catastrophic event for a 10 year old to go though with his childhood idol

stupidmop
11-02-2009, 05:12 PM
Mine was at a spring training game at the then new scottsdale stadium in 1990 i was 10 years oldi grew up a huge giants fan so we are waiting outside the stadium near the parking lot area getting autographs most the players were super cool then finally my fave player comes out Will Clark i was soexcited so me and a few of my friends run up to him and ask him for an autograph he the opens his trunk and pulls out a shot gun on us and scares us off that was needless to say the most catastrophic event for a 10 year old to go though with his childhood idol

HAHah what the heck?! That's crazy!

skeletor1325
11-02-2009, 05:17 PM
dude if im lyin im cryin and i aint shed a tear

flips333
11-02-2009, 07:43 PM
Got hit in the head by a C battery at yankee stadium... All be it I was running around the upper deck with a stolen broom after a 4 game sweep of the yanks so I kind of deserved it. but C batteries hurt.

Did I mention it was the second inning and the yankees were loosing 12-2. Ahhhh that was sweet.

Cub_StuckinSTL
11-02-2009, 08:30 PM
I frequented Busch stadium when I went to school there and got put in a headlock by a drunken Cards fan and they tried to drag me into an ally. Got away though

jaysrocksox
11-03-2009, 02:27 AM
Mine might be a good one, an obnoxious Yankees fan at Rogers Center was being an idiot after the game (Yanks won) going up in people's faces and screaming/cheering. He did it to me, I punched him in the face. He didn't do it to anyone else.

sacgiants1213
11-03-2009, 02:31 AM
dude if im lyin im cryin and i aint shed a tear

Did he give you the Nuschler face?

acousticmike80
11-03-2009, 01:22 PM
1) Phillies@Mets, June 2000. Pretty un-eventful series and game, but got stuck next to a very large Philly fan who yelled "Pat the bat" the ENTIRE game. He finally stopped in about the 7th inning, but it was fairly unnecessary.

2) Phillies@Mets, August 2006. Was a FOX Saturday game, I believe the Mets won 4-3. Regardless, it was a very well played game and the majority of the crowd was spirited, but respectful. The only exception was a group of about 20-30 fans from Philly who all were wearing the same T-Shirt, from a restaurant or bar. They must have taken some type of bus trip. Most of the group was fine, but one young guy was extremely obnoxious. Yelling at every fan, standing up and taunting the crowd after a Philly hit...and started challenging people to fights. Finally security escorted him and even his friends seemed happy to seem him go.

3) Rockies@ Pirates, 2007. On a business trip to P-Burgh, decided to check out the park. Beautiful park....but the Pirates were playing and that was the bad experience.

A lot of other annoying, obnoxious or just stupid things have happened. Those are the images that stand out. And, many of these things have been done by both the home and road team fans.....drunken idiots are not exclusive to specific teams/cities.

skeletor1325
11-03-2009, 01:42 PM
Did he give you the Nuschler face?

lol i have not heard nuschler face in years thats classic bob brenley and ya he kinda did:D

CityofTreez
11-03-2009, 02:31 PM
Going to a SF Giants game and a Raider fan is talking **** in the restrooms in the middle of August!

BoognishMN
11-03-2009, 02:50 PM
So I went to Yankee stadium for a series with my friend from high school. His girlfriend got box seats from her father but she had to work so she gave them to us. It was at Yankee Stadium vs the Orioles. Being from Baltimore, I grew up on the O's. Hes a yankees fan. So in the 3rd inning, the usher comes down and tells me to take my hat off, I couldnt believe it! I told them I wouldnt take my hat off, and to shove it. On top of that, my other friend gets hit in the head with a foul ball, and my bud from highschool got ms Rhode Island's phone number. Talk about a day!

Nice:eyebrow:
What was Ms Rhode Island's talent?

The Schmooze
11-03-2009, 04:24 PM
September 2007 and 2008 at Shea Stadium :cry:

VRP723
11-03-2009, 04:27 PM
Nice:eyebrow:
What was Ms Rhode Island's talent?

Something to do with doves, never got to see it though