Our seats were a couple of sections over from the cousins but eventually we made our way over to sit with them. My oldest niece and her friends left to walk around. While they were there, a couple of women sat in their seats. Sister #2 told them that the teenagers were sitting there, but they could stay there until they came back. When M & her friends showed up, my sister turned around and asked them to move. One of the women got testy and asked to show her the tickets to prove that they had those seats.
Next thing I know, Sister #2 is standing up ready to fight. She told them she wouldn't show them the tickets because she didn't have too. Those were not their seats, she had told them they would have to move, the usher had told them they would have to move and they needed to move. The testy lady stood up and told her to back off or something to that effect. I thought punches where going to fly.
The usher came down right afterwards and apologized for the incident. She felt bad about the confrontation so to make up for it, she had the camera girl come to our section in the middle of the 5th.
A & cousin E & their friend S were on the first time.
J got on later in the 8th when he put his rally cap on!
I wasn't expecting her the second time so I hardly had a chance to pull my camera back out to take the picture. I didn't zoom in well. B & cousin O were on right before J but that picture didn't turn out at all.
We all had a fun time, but my kids got mad. We left at the bottom of the 9th, with the game tied 3-3. It was almost 10 and J had "Leap into 1st grade" camp then next morning. The cousins and the friends stayed to the bottom of the 12th when the Rangers had a walk off homerun. I wish we had stayed to see it, but it was nice to be watch them win, turn off the light and go to sleep.