Saturday, April 10, 2010


Today, I watched the Milwaukee Brewers play the St. Louis Cardinals at Miller Park. The stadium was built in 2001,  and has a roof that can be opened and closed depending on the weather.
There were more than 40 000 spectators watching the game. It was an interesting cultural experience, not because of the baseball game, but because of the spectator culture. People were sitting on the parking lot outside, drinking beer, and kept on drinking and throwing peanuts inside. It seemed like no one paid attention to the game, but they were only there because of the loud music and because it was allowed to drink there.
This was the second of three games that they are going to play against the Cardinals this weekend. Tomorrow the games will continue, and it looks bad for the Brewers.

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