I'd be happy to buy a ticket if there was a seat in the ballpark where one
could talk with their friends without the VOLUME of the public address syatem
blasting us out of our seats and having to listen to the endless drivel every
half inning from the guy who constantly babbles about this sponsor or that
product. I wish he'd swallow the microphone. It's just too much.
The entertainment should be the ballgame itself, not all the side shows.I'm serious----watching a game is too stressfull and damaging to
one's hearing. (Same with the Jazz, too.)
Two of my favorite teams, and the opportunity to see them play with out having
to travel. I think this is a great idea. Is it strange the Angels are involved
Would love it if Salt Lake City could try and get a game every year. Las Vegas
often hosts preseason games. Maybe Salt Lake City can, and I can see my
favorite team, the Chicago Cubs play one year. That would be pretty fun, and
I'm sure a big crowd would see that. Rockies and Mariners still sounds
like a good game.I agree with guyonabuffalo. Kind of weird the
Angels aren't one of the teams involved. I never wanted the Buzz to switch
from the Twins anyway. The Twins have to use their minor league, so you see a
lot of more players that go to the Major League, plus they played an exhibition
game with the Buzz--Angels have never done that with the Bees.@toosmartforyou, yep, those PA speakers are especially deafening at Spring
Mobile Park (I think that is what it's called now). I would love it if
they had a promotion night--where no promotions where read, or if they played
organ music like at Wrigley Field.
Checked the presale last night, there were only single seats available. Pretty
disappointing that even before tickets are on sale to the public that you can
not even buy seats together.