You might remember from an earlier post, that my friend Courtney’s sister was in a fast pitch tournament this past weekend.
Well, her team won game 1. It was a great game filled with fireworks.
The second game, didn’t go so well. They lost the second game, and ended up second. Still not a bad result.
I did have my camera, but for whatever reason, didn’t take any pictures. Ah well.
The following Sunday, Courtney were going to attend the Jays game against the Rays. We decided to invite her sister, Caileidgh, and Cail’s friend Ariel to tag along with us.
The 4 of us had a fantastic time. Unfortunately, the Jays didn’t. They lost 12-0. Yeah. Thats right.
Here are pics:
Morrow warming up
Team members getting ready
My mom’s buddy, Ace
Ace again. You can see the Jays new second baseman, Kelly Johnson in the back ground.
Morrow and Arencibia
This one is cool. It’s the very first pitch of the game. If you look closely, you can see the ball about 2 thirds of the way to home. The sad thing is, he crushed that pitch over the fence for a home run.
A view from the 100 level concourse
Mike McCoy and a couple members of J-Force
I really like this picture of Mike McCoy
Another wide shot. This time, with Jose Bautista up to bat.
I also managed to get my ticket stub signed by Brian Jeroloman.
And that’s about it. With a final score like that, you can obviously tell that it wasn’t a very exciting game for Jay’s fans. However, any time at the ball park, is a good time, especially when you’re with good friends!
Courtney had to work Monday, so I invited my friend Katherine to join me. I am nota big fan of going to games alone, but since it was the last home game for over a week, I still would have gone.
Here’s a few pics from that game:
Some of the team and coaches during the Anthems
Romero and Arencibia
A view from above.
It was a great game. Ricky Romero collected his 13th win of the season, Adam Lind hit his 23rd home run, Jose Bautista hit is 38th homer, and Kelly Johnson and J.P. Arencibia both went 3 for 4.
The Jay’s won with a score of 7-3.
Another great time, with a great friend.