Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Reds at Cardinals September 4th

Went to St. Louis on Sunday to see Busch Stadium.  They lost to the Reds in the 10th inning.  It was close all game and the Reds were able to take the lead in the 10th.  Here are some pictures I took.
Walking up to Busch Stadium.  Its right in downtown St. Louis so we were able to walk there. 

A picture from our seats in center field.  Right in home run territory.  Didn't happen though.

One cool thing about Busch Stadium is the grassy hill in center.  No home runs were hit there so people didn't jump onto it but that is what happens in this stadium.

Former Yankee Lance Berkman was in right.  He is having a stellar season for St. Louis after the Yankees didn't pick up his option.  It looked like a good move at the time but now it would have been nice to have Lance in our lineup this season.
 Lance on the big screen.
Picture of the outfield at Busch.  They have a double scoreboard which is pretty cool.

Got my pin.
Brandon Laird's older brother Gerald played in the game.
 
Former Yankee Octavio Dotel pitched for the Cardinals.
Name that batting stance.  One of the most notable batting stances in baseball today.  The one and only Albert Pujols.
They had a cool area with statues in front of the stadium.  The one you can see on the left is Rogers Hornsby.

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