Just kidding this was the scene in the 9th inning. Bucks games have more fans than this. Now granted they were down 8-2 at this point and seats are $275 for obstructed view. But still, all these Yankee fans blah blah blah about their 27 pennants and THIS is what happens on opening day?! Rookie ball folks. Makes you wonder if you'd trade places with a Yankee fan. Like yeah, I'd be pretty pumped to be in the race literally EVERY year and probably win a World Series once every 5 or so, but at the same time the small stuff you kind of miss out on. Like opening day in Milwaukee is basically a holiday. People tailgating for hours before the game, then a packed house, then hours of tailgating afterwards. When we clinched the Wild Card in '08 you would have thought we won game 7 of the Series. Yankees fans would probably say 'see you next year' if they won the Wild Card. Kind of a catch-22 I suppose. I'm 40% sure I used catch-22 correctly.
PS: Got to love the Miami Marlins as well. Putting opening day tickets on Groupon! That's got to be an all time low. And that franchise is one of the great anamolies in recent memory. Terrible fan base in terms of coming to games, huge TV ratings and two World Series titles to their credit since becoming a team in 1993. I mean think about that. THey have only been a TEAM for 20 years and already have 2 WS championships. The Cubs have been a team since before the automobile and haven't won in 105 years. Almost makes me feel bad for the Cubs. Too bad their tears taste so good.
Double PS: Also, happy Miller Park opening day for the fans who prefer to see their first game without a 22 year old girl puking in their lap!