Most people seem unsure if this is the best or the worst thing to happen at a sporting event. I am not uncertain. This is great.
I love anything that has people up, together, acting as one, laughing and singing. 40,000 people strong. And looking at the ‘buy-in’, it seemed like everyone was down for a little chomping.
I am so interested to see if this tradition is held for any length of time in DC.
“Remember when this started way back in the 2019 World Series…”
I wish there were some tangible connection to the team or a player…but that’s the only piece that’s missing. Now San Jose Sharks….we are looking at you.
— Heidi Watney (@HeidiWatney) October 26, 2019
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