A Bowlful of Cherries

Celebrating Matty and Noah

Take me out to the ballgame.

Matt took in his second ballgame yesterday. We headed over to Camden Yards in Baltimore to (hopefully) see the Red Sox sweep the Orioles in this last O’s game of the season. It was a beautiful day at the ballpark. Blue skies and sunshine with temps at about 75 degrees. Perfect. Except for the fact that the Red Sox didn’t take it. They got off to a icky start by allowing the O’s to score twice early on. But then things were looking up and they tied the game. Alas, it wasn’t meant to be, the O’s scored again and that did it. Final score 3-2. In that last photo, you can tell Matt and I have resigned ourselves to Boston’s loss. But as Mike kept pointing out, it doesn’t matter, Boston goes to the playoffs anyways. Woo.

ballparkballpark 2matt and mamamatt and mama

matt and papamatt and papamatt and papamatt and mama

UPDATE: During the game, Dave McCarty, a little-used first baseman/outfielder, pitched two innings of one-hit ball. Boston will play the Angels, starting on Tuesday, at 4:09pm, with Curt Schilling pitching against Jarrod Washburn. Go Sox!

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Written by Donna

04 Oct 2004 at 1046am

Posted in Misc.

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  1. The seventh photo is my desktop at work now. Nice.

    mike

    04 Oct 2004 at 1253pm

  2. Aw, that’s sweet. 🙂

    donna

    04 Oct 2004 at 207pm

  3. wow…you guys had the stands to yourselves!

    Vicki Loob

    05 Oct 2004 at 1112am

  4. That’s what happens when someone (me!) gets the times screwed up. We had the stands to ourselves (practically the whole stadium) for a good hour and a half. Things starting filling in by the third inning. Too bad, it’s nice to have all that room. And hey, this time we actually got to hear the National Anthem!

    donna

    05 Oct 2004 at 1157am

  5. Looks like you are developing a future baseball fan early on. That is good. By the way what size hat does Matty wear, I need to get him a NY Yankee cap.

    Stan (Dad of Donna)

    10 Oct 2004 at 1127am


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