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Weekly Photo Challenge: Today Was a Good Day   16 comments


June 17, 2015 was a good day. Not only did the Kansas City Royals roll over the Milwaukee Brewers 10-2, but I was able to get a few decent photographs as well, perched up in the stands between third base and left field. The final photo will show you where I sat.

The first photograph is of Lorenzo Cain, last year’s MVP of the American League playoff series. The second is of Mike “Moose” Moustakis, the third-baseman, watching a foul ball that had already whizzed past him. Every time Moose does something in the field, even just catching a ball and throwing it to first base, or just walking up to bat, the entire crowd (seemingly} yells out “M-o-o-o-o-o-o-se”. To the uninitiated it might sound like, “B-o-o-o-o-o-o”. The third photo is Ryan Madson, one of the vaunted relief corps of the Royals.

It was a great day watching the Royals light up the scoreboard, but alas, no home runs for the Royals. Fortunately, none for the Brewers, either. (Did I actually say, “alas”?)

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Lorenzo "LoCain" Cain taking a swing at a Brewer fast ball. (There all fast to me, curvy or not.)

Lorenzo Cain takes a swing at a Brewer fast ball. (They’re all fast to me, curve balls, sliders, off speed, etc., notwithstanding.)

Mike "Moose" Moustakis watching a foul ball head toward the left field corner

Mike “Moose” Moustakis watching a foul ball head toward the left field corner

Ryan Madsen came in for relief of Joe Blanton in the late innings

Ryan Madson came in for relief of Joe Blanton in the late innings

The Crowd, not quite a sellout, but pretty close

The Crowd, not quite a sellout, but pretty close