Re: Fall Ball Etiquette
Use anything you can to your advantage.
Whether it's sending some elbows flying, hip checks, full out body checks, boxing out, a single or double leg takedown, an arm bar, a choke (triangle, rear naked, guillotine, etc.) ... use anything. Don't be afraid to throw women and children on the floor, in the aisle, or anywhere that's out of your way. And definitely be willing to sacrifice body and limb by flying across several rows of seats to land the ultimate prize.
Mostly kidding aside*, just be in the right place at the right time and able to make the play.
It also doesn't hurt to know how to read fly balls if you're in home run territory in the barren wastelands of the GABP outfield seats during the month of September.
* I say mostly kidding because all the above will apply on historic home run balls, such as a Junior Griffey #600 ball.
Barry Larkin - HOF, 2012
Put an end to the Lost Decade.