A Day in Jawnville: Phillies and Mets

While most you were watching Jordan Matthews’ last game as a Philadelphia Eagle last night, I was surrounded by annoying Mets fans at the Phillies game. As usual, there were a fair share of strange sights and violations.

We should’ve known as soon as we got out of the car that it was gonna be a bad night. We had stinky, gross Mets fans parked next to us.

It took about thirteen seconds once inside the gate to see our first Violation. There’s no denying Carson probably wishes the Eagles wore camouflage jerseys, but they don’t. Neither should this dude. He’s got a whole theme going on. I’m surprised we could even see him.

This couple clearly had the best shirts of the night.

Since when did the Bank start hustling frozen margaritas for $16 a pop?

What is up with the Dom Brown gear? If you asked me what the over/under on Dom Brown swag would’ve been, I probably would’ve set it at 0.5. Oddly, we saw four pieces on the lower level alone. The folks need to retire this stuff.

The Phillies wasted no time in getting Hoskins jerseys ready in the Majestic Clubhouse Store. Kind of thinking those Dom Brown folks got caught up in a similar hype.

There’s always one dude with jersey on that has no relation to the game being played, like this dude in his Griffey jersey. Ignore the ugly Jets hat sitting in front of us.

We strolled into the Wall of Fame to pay our respects. The Phillies have black ribbon up on Dutch and Jim Bunning’s plaques. Instant sadness.

You gotta love the hustle of the street vendors after the game. They had Dutch shirts ready for the fans as they exited a brutal 10-0 loss.

 

Greg

Mayor of Jawnville. Sports-junkie, writer, observer of the absurd. I rarely wear a suit, but when I do it's a 40R. Juniata Park & North Catholic proud.

About Greg

Mayor of Jawnville. Sports-junkie, writer, observer of the absurd. I rarely wear a suit, but when I do it’s a 40R. Juniata Park & North Catholic proud.

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