Originally Posted by cincyinco
I don't care about the wooo.. I'm dying to know what Operator found out about Mullet Man..
It turns out he's actually a hologram. I tracked him down and walked up and he suddenly changed color and opacity, and after I changed my shorts I went back to my seat, quite dejected.
...Actually, I didn't get to find him. I was meeting my girlfriend there who came down from Fairborn so we could walk in together and we didn't actually get seated until the bottom of the 1st. And although we had good seats, we were sort of land-locked per se by people all around us, which makes it an annoyance, at least for me, to go to and from different spots around the park very much.
But I have tickets for 3 more regular season games as well as Home Game 1 of the NLDS (it was totally worth taking a lien out on my car
) so I still vow to find him at some point.
I will say though, that in my section there was a LOT of howling going on. I was in Terrace Outfield 104 in Row B, and we were howling our voices out once the 8th inning rolled around. And at least in my section, it definitely wasn't a "woo", it was a howl all the way.
At the same time, I'm not sure how much of it was going on around the rest of the park. My section was doing plenty as I said, but I really ddidn't hear much coming from other sections. Whether or not that means they really weren't or if it might just be harder to hear over regular crowd noise when you're at the park, I don't know.
In any event, an awesome night at the park. I encourage those of you who live within distance and have the means to go, do so by all means. I've shattered my own personal record for games attended this summer and I've loved every minute of it. Worth every penny in my book.