Saturday, January 20, 2018

Expect More Safety Netting To Distract From Losing Kansas City Royals 2018

Kauffman Stadium name-checked in this review of unsafe conditions soon to remedied. Moreover, this precaution is slightly less annoying than all of the JoCo housewives pretending to be interested:

As 2018 MLB Season Approaches, It's Possible All MLB Ballparks Will See Expanded Safety Netting

As word arrived this week that the Toronto Blue Jays would be expanding safety netting to the outfield end of each dugout and raised behind home plate in Rogers Centre, the topic of such netting design across the 30 ballparks of Major League Baseball has come back into the headlines.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fans may prefer a black curtain for the next several years

Anonymous said...

Fuck that. Watch the game not your phone. Or your shrimp chill cheese nachos for $24.99.

Anonymous said...

Better idea if they think the game is that dangerous then close all the parks and people can watch it on TV.

Anonymous said...

It’s only dangerous to millinials who are on their phones, millinials are so stupid, they pay big money to go to sporting events only to play on their phones for “look at me” moments and cry foul when one of them gets hurt because they’re not paying attention. They get what they deserve!

Anonymous said...

^^^^I know right? Also don’t forget the geezers too. They are so old and slow, their reaction times are non existent. Also their skulls are as thin as eggshells, so if they get hit, it will crack like Humpty Dumpty. They usually never pay attention because either they are asleep because it’s past their bedtime, or they are rambling to everybody around them about how the players were better during their age. They get what they deserve!!

Anonymous said...

Baseball is boring, the nets will ruin the last bit of excitement.