College Baseball – Not Necessarily The News
With college baseball season underway, Tootie Landry talks about what catches her eye at the games in this edition of “Not Necessarily The News.”
“Hey! I’m Tootie Landry and this is what I found out today! This past weekend I attended a college baseball game. Obviously, this was not the first game I’ve ever been to, but it was the first time I really paid attention to everything else but the game. First of all, you can’t help but notice the folks who attend this event. At least for the next 3 hours these fans appear to have left their problems at home. There is constantly music playing and not just any tunes, it’s so happy! Kind of like carnival music! And where else can you go where one designated fan can get an entire stadium cheering?!
Another cool thing, if you want to get one particular person’s attention… just yell, “blue,” he’ll know you are talking to him!
There’s so many reasons to attend a baseball game. It’s a casual atmosphere, inexpensive to get in, and girls can have a bad hair day because it’s even cool to wear a baseball cap!
The only disadvantage to attending this game… foul balls!
And finally, after settling in my seat I of course had to visit the concession stand. I order the usual, a hot dog and peanuts, but don’t believe that song, they don’t have cracker jacks! And I’m Tootie Landry and this is “Not Necessarily the News!”