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Fan Interview and Game Day Experience from Dodgers vs. Pirates, April 6th, 2013
A great night for baseball at Dodger Stadium last night. Kershaw was dealing, Carl Crawford provided the spark, and the Dodgers won 1-0 on a clear April night. The temperature wasn’t too hot, nor was it too cold. And the Right Field Pavilion was serving up all the hot dogs, nachos, popcorn and peanuts you could eat!
It was, of course, a beautiful day (and night) for a ballgame at Dodger Stadium, and is customary, I had a fan interview. I talked about Aaron on this blog entry that I made the other day, and I got my favorite Angels fan to come out to the Ravine tonight to watch Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers take on A.J. Burnett and the Pirates. Compared to Liz, I went easy on Aaron, but here’s a few thoughts from an 11 year old fan of the game.
Aaron enjoyed the game, thought Kershaw was “awesome” tonight, but agrees with me (and most of Dodger Nation) that the offense needs to step up and get some hits on a consistent basis to back the pitching staff up.
So a Saturday night with Clayton Kershaw and all the Dodger Dogs we could eat. Does it get any better than that?
I got about 90 pictures in total from Saturday night’s game. Here’s a select few for your viewing pleasure.
And for those of you who need to see a little game action, here’s Brandon League picking up his second consecutive save, making him 9-for-9 in save opportunities since the Dodgers acquired him from the Seattle Mariners last year.