Friday, August 24, 2007

Thursday at Comerica

Jim & Jeanne with Magglio hair
JJ & Jim with Magglio hair
Comerica Park scoreboard showing Zumaya































Jim, JJ and I left yesterday for Comerica Park in Detroit to see the Tigers/Indians play baseball. We arrived early in order to get the give-away of a Tiger cap with velcro attached Magglio hair. There were Magglios everywhere! It was so funny. We baked in the sun all day until the ninth inning when we finally got some shade. It was an oven out there!!! The game went into extra innings with the score 0-0. The crowd went nuts when Joel (Zoom Zoom) Zumaya came in to replace Nate Robertson who had pitched 8 2/3 innings of absolute masterful baseball to no avail. Cleveland outscored us in the 10th inning and went home the winner. We went home sunburned. It's always a great day being at a Tiger game, though, even if they lose.

9 comments:

Yvonne said...

Sounds like you had a great time....love the hair....lol.

Bren said...

I am so glad you explained the hair... Looks like a great time!

Pam said...

The hair is a hoot!! At first I thought you might have a bit of an aging hippie for a husband - LOL

Colleen said...

Fun pictures! In a few months you won't be able to believe you were so hot. Summer is slipping away, isn't it!

Alycia said...

Oh that is funny! From your pics I knew you were a blond and couldn't figure out the black hair!! Glad you had fun. Love your tote bag in the previous post too!

Susan said...

Win or lose, it's fun to be there in person and cheer. Love the caps and the hair!

Morah said...

I wondered why everyone in the pictures looked alike with the same hair!! Hate to say whoohoo, but I'm an Indians fan! I'm originally from N.E. Ohio. LOL!

Sweet P said...

Sounds like a wonderful time. Being a Red Sox fan I'm glad they are beating up on the Yankees this weekend.

Patti said...

I am so pulling for your Tigers to pass by the nasty Yankees and deny them a place in this post season - since my Mariners have basically dropped of the face of the earth.