July 16, 2011 was a special day. Most importantly, it was Kellan’s first birthday. Yep, he’s finally made it to the single digits. We decided to celebrate his birthday with a weekend trip to Baltimore with a whole bunch of friends and family. The big event on Saturday (Kellan’s actual birthday) would be attending the game between the
Indians and the Orioles. The following day, we would visit the famous National Aquarium in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
As an added bonus, the baseball game would be Tim’s 100th game.
Just like the Cleveland Indians, we stayed at the Renaissance Harborside hotel across Pratt Street from the Inner Harbor. We started off with lunch a Tir Na Nog and then it was back to the hotel for birthday cake:
We were a little bit late to batting practice and missed out on most of the Orioles BP. Right as we circled around to the 3B side, two Indians pitchers were finishing playing catch and one of them tossed their baseball to us.
A few minutes later, Avi Miller (decked out in full Indians garb) was chatting with Tony Sipp. I called out, “Hey, Tony! It is this guy’s first birthday, how about a picture!?”
Just a few minutes later, Chad Durbin and his partner finished playing catch. A quick “Hey, Chad” later, he spun around and tossed his baseball to me, Tim and Kellan. A few seconds after that, Durbin became the second major leaguer to hold the birthday boy:
In that last picture, the Orioles stadium attendant (Tom) has pointing at me and telling me to give him my camera so Tim and I could get in the picture. The funniest part was when Tom delayed the picture so he could clear all of the people out from behind us – Tom apparently thought they were cluttering our picture with Durbin.
The picture of all of us with Chad Durbin turned out pretty hilarious…
…because Kellan is about to blink and his eyes are half closed. He looks like he is falling asleep.
Earlier in the day, Avi had told me that the day before Zack Hample had pre-arranged to get the line-up cards from Manny Act after the game. It would be awesome to get a line-up card for Kellan’s first birthday game. So I figured it was worth a shot.
At the time, it was me, Tim, Kellan, Colleen, my cousin Nathan and his buddy Matt. We all relocated from the 3B line to the seats behind home plate:
We spotted Manny Act hitting fungo on the 1B side of the batting cage. Kellan and I scooted down to the first row on the side of the umpire tunnel. Everyone else grabbed some seats, and Tim provided the entertainment:
Things worked out ideally. I wasn’t sure if we would be able to get his attention. But he ended coming over to the net on the other side of the umpire’ tunnel to talk to some
people he knew:
To get back to the Indians dugout, Manny would have to walk directly in front of us. While we were waiting on Manny, an Orioles reporter (who Avi Miller has identified as Craig Heist)…
…came over and played with Kellan. It was pretty funny. The guy acted like Kellan was the cutest and funniest baby of all time.
And then Manny Acta walked by and stopped…
…to chat with us after I called out his name. The discussion went something like this:
Todd: Hi, Manny. Hey, it is my son’s first birthday today. I was wondering if there is any way that after the game we could get the line-up card with his birthdate on it?
Manny: Oh, sure. No problem. But, it has to be after the game.
Todd: Awesome! Thanks so much.
Manny: But, after the game!
Todd: Sounds good.
Manny: Yeah, but you have to wait until after the game.
Todd: Cool. Thanks.
Manny: So just come down to the dugout, but not until after the game.
Got it. I was excited to come back to see Manny, after the game, and see if he would remember us.
Tim, Kellan, Colleen and I spent the rest of BP out in left field, but nothing came of it…well, except for some nice family time:
So, it was game time. We reported to our seats in section 7. This picture is out of order, but here was our view from section 7, row 11:
There were 21 of us in all, including Tim’s buddy Sam…
…, who is the son of Colleen’s friend, Deb.
To start the game, we moved over a section so we could hide in the shade. Kellan spent some quality time sitting on his aunt Kimberly’s lap:
In the bottom of the first, J.J. Hardy led off with a double for the Orioles. He eventually scored on a sacrifice fly by Adam Jones. That made the score 1-0 Orioles after one inning.
At one point, the Orioles Bird showed up in the seats just below section 7. I called out for whoever wanted a picture with the Bird to follow me. And then began the slowest Bird chase of all time. My crew included my sister-in-law Kimberly, my nephew and niece Gill and Kate, and Noah. None of them had ever chased down a mascot before and they didn’t understand the urgency of a mascot chase.
Tim and I could have got our picture with the Bird and been back in our seats eating a pile of steaming hot nachos before this rag-tag group of Bird watchers made it to the
spot where the Bird used to be. But the Bird had darted into a new section and was making his way through rows of fans handing out high fives and posing for pictures.
I repositioned our group at the bottom of the next section over where I predicted the Bird would return to the cross aisle. While we waited, Kimberly posed with some displeased Orioles fans:
And then the Bird arrived on the scene and made Noah’s day:
When the moment came, Kate opted not to get in the picture. The funniest thing about this picture is that I was the only person taking a picture. The Bird is looking at the camera, and I have no clue what Gill and Noah are looking at…maybe they are watching the game! And check out Gill with the classic Ted Williams glove on, ready to catch a foul ball. Atta’boy, Gill!
The Orioles extended their lead to 2-0 in the bottom of the fourth when Derrek Lee singled in Nick Markasis.
With a group of 21 people to choose from, it was our first real opportunity to get one of the more difficult photos from the 2011 myGameBalls.com photo scavenger hunt:
15 people in 3 rows of 5, each holding a baseball. Many thanks to (front row) Noah, Kate, Tim, Sam and Ellie; (second row) Jenn, Geralyn, Gill, Kristen, and Andy; and (back row) Mark, Kevin, Will, Matt and Nathan!
In the middle innings, it was time to hit the play area and get some dinner:
After having lots of fun on the fort, Tim gave us a huge scare by trying to inhale his hot dog and choking on it. It was really freaky. It was just like in “Field of Dreams” when the daughter chokes on a hot dog. I slapped Tim on the back and he shot a two inch piece of hot dog out of his throat.
We’ve learned our lesson. MLB games are nacho time, not hot dog time.
We had to hustle back to our seats because we were expecting something fun on the scoreboard. But first there was more scoring. The Indians tied up the score at 2-2 in the
top of the sixth on a double 2-RBI double by Mariner-child Michael Brantley. The Orioles then recaptured the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning when Nick Markakis blasted a homerun to RCF.
And then our scoreboard message appeared out in CF:
Kellan’s first ever scoreboard “Happy Birthday!” First of man, I am sure.
Then Avi and Zevi showed up at our seats to say hello, and I handed off a Mexican League (FeMeBe) baseball to Avi for a little prank I had in mind and with which Avi offered to help – you can see that story here.
Avi also told me that Orioles pitcher Alfredo Simon would soon be heading back to the Dominican Republic to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter in the celebratory-shooting death of his cousin. I figured I should take an action shot of Simon in case he gets convicted and never returns to MLB:
Of course, we got some random shots in the stands. Like this shot of Colleen and Kellan seemingly in the middle of a staring contest:
And this shot of the Steeles as they get ready to call it a night:
And you know we had to get a brothers-in-matching-shirts shot:
It was a nice and relaxing evening at the ballpark. The birthday boy got lots of attention…like here where he gets some snacks from Geralyn while I hold him:
Tim was his usual silly self:
In the eighth inning, Tim, Kellan and I relocated to some seats behind the Indians bullpen in hopes that Manny Acta would remember that he said Kellan could have the line-up cards. Soon after grabbing some seats, Avi joined us. And then a few minutes later, Colleen joined us as well.
Here was our view from the first seats we found:
Avi, Tim, Kellan and I eventually moved down to about the fourth row. Nice seats. This doesn’t really do the view justice, but it looked something like this:
Now, the Orioles were leading 3-2 going into the bottom of the eighth. But then, on the strength of a trio of doubles by Nick Markakis, Adam Jones and Felix Pie, the Orioles put up three more runs to make it a 6-2 lead going into the bottom of the ninth.
Koji “Now A Ranger” Uehara pitched a 1-2-3 eighth for the Orioles, but they did not bring him back for the ninth. Instead, they went with Kevin Gregg. It was not a good decision. Gregg was anything but clutch.
After striking out the first batter in the top of the ninth, Gregg walked the bases loaded. He then struck out the Lonnie Chisenhall for the second out of the 26th out of the game. As Orlando Cabrera strode to the plate and the Orioles still leading 6-2, Avi declared, “The Orioles are going to win this game 6-5.”
He was spot on. Cabrera laced a double to the RCF gap. It cleared the bases and made the score 6-5 Orioles.
Buck Showalter had seen enough of Mr. Gregg. He got the hook and was replaced by Mike Gonzalez. Three pitches later, Grady Sizemore grounded out to first base and that was the ballgame.
I was did not have high hopes of actually getting the line-up card for Kellan because the Indians started filing into the tunnel to their clubhouse instead of out onto the field
for high-fives. But we walked down to the first row right above the player exit to the clubhouse. Just then, Manny Act walked by. He looked up and saw me and gave me a look that made it clear we were getting the line-up card! I was excited. Manny ducked out of view for a few seconds and then he popped out of the dugout, reached up high and handed me the line-up cards – not one card (like the one taped to the dugout wall), but two (as in the official cards he kept in his pocket during the entire game). They were beautiful. One for the Orioles. One for the Indians. Each signed by the respective managers (Manny Acta and Buck Showalter. And both emblazoned with the date of Kellan’s first birthday.
Before heading for the exit, Avi took two family pictures for us – this one with Kellan finding the field much more exciting than the camera (can you blame him)…
…and this one (where we could at least see his face):
On the walk to the exit, I took this photo of Kellan’s birthday gift from Manny Act:
He is officially the first Cook to ever receive birthday gifts (two baseballs and two line-up cards) from Major Leaguers….of course, he is also the only Cook whose birthday is
during the baseball season, so he has an advantage over the rest of us.
All-in-all, it was a great night!
Ah, I almost forgot, we also got another baseball post-game behind the Indians dugout. The next day was Noah’s birthday and we had got him a Rawlings baseball glove.
Conveniently, it was in a gift bag and not sealed up in a wrapped box, so I slid that baseball into the glove when we got back to the hotel and gave it to Noah at breakfast the next day. I am pretty sure he likes the baseball more than the glove.
Speaking of the next day, we had a blast at the aquarium and Inner Harbor.
The National Aquarium is great. Here is a family photo of us in the Australia exhibit…
…and a shot of Tim and his cousins looking at some fish…and it appears Tim is applauding the fish. “Good job swimming, guys!”
Tim really loved the dolphins (who were practicing for their show):
That is Uncle Kevin holding Kellan in the dolphin arena.
Tim and Kellan both loved the big jelly fish exhibit…
…but the sharks were scary with all of those teeth. Actually, Tim told me the scariest thing about the sharks was their gums!
After the aquarium, we took a water taxi…
…to Fells Point for an early dinner.
What can I say, it was a great birthday weekend for our little boy. Thanks to everyone who joined us and helped make it extra special.
|2011 C&S Fan Stats|
|17/3 Games (Tim/Kellan)|
|16/5 Teams [Tim – Mariners, Orioles, Rangers, Brewers, Nationals, Phillies, Mets, Rays, Braves, Diamondbacks, Astros, Royals, Cubs, Angels, Indians, Reds, Giants and Tigers; Kellan – Mariners, Orioles, Angels, Mets and Indians]|
|12 Ice Cream Helmet(s) (Orioles (2), Nationals, Phillies (2), Rangers (2), Mets (1), Reds (1), Tigers (1))|
|50 Baseballs (6 Mariners, 7 Rangers, 3 Orioles, 3 Umpires, 2 Nationals, 2 Brewers, 5 Phillies, 2 Mets, 1
Rays, 2 Braves, 2 Diamondbacks, 1 MLB Authenticator, 1 Easter Egg, 1 Glove
Trick, 2 Royals, 2 Cubs, 2 Angels, 4 Indians, 1 Giants, 1 Tigers)
|8/2 Stadiums [Tim – Camden Yards, Nationals Park, Citizens Bank Park, Minute Maid Park, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Citi Field, Great American Ball Park, Comerica Park; Kellan – Camden Yards, Citi Field]|
|12/9 Player Photos* [Tim – Felix Hernandez, Adam Moore, Garrett Olson, Chris Seddon, David Aarsdma, Michael Pineda, Miguel Olivo, Ryan Langerhans, Greg Zuan, Mark Lowe, Michael Saunders, Chad Durbin; Kellan – Luke French, Milton Bradley, Franklin Gutierrez, Justin
Smoak, Matt Tuiasosopo, Ryan Langerhans, Michael Saunders, Tony Sipp, Chad Durbin]
|3/1 Management Photos* [Tim – Howard Lincoln, Jack Zduriencik, Eric Wedge; Kellan – Jack Zduriencik]|
|5 Autograph(s) (Michael Pineda, Michael Saunders, Mark Lowe, Felipe Paulino, Aroldis Chapman)|
|1 Bat* (Milton Bradley)|
|6/2 Mascot Photos* [Tim – Mariner Moose, Teddy Roosevelt, The O’s Bird, Mr. Redlegs, Gapper, Slider; Kellan – Mariner Moose, The O’s Bird]|
|1/0 Divisions Closed Out** [Tim – A.L. West (Safeco Field, Oakland Coliseum, Angel Stadium & Rangers Ballpark in Arlington); Kellan – N/A]|
|2 Line-up Cards (Royals vs. Rangers; Indians vs. Orioles)|
|*includes Spring Training**divisions where we have seen each team play a home game.|
It was a day game following a rain-delayed, extra late night game, and we were in the starting line-up. Actually, you couldn’t keep us away from the Braves vs. Pirates game on Sunday, May 23, 2010. This game was the whole reason for the weekend trip — our first ever Kids Run The Bases day at:
And it wasn’t just Kids “Run The Bases” day, it was an all-around “Kids Day.” We arrived at the stadium about two hours before game time, and it was in full kids festival mode…
The BP situation was a little confusing. Well, just the beginning of it. We entered the park through the River walk enterance in LCF. On weekends, the River walk opens 2.5 hours before the game and season ticket holders can enter the entire stadium at that time. But non-season ticket holders (like us) have to wait in the River walk for the first half hour. We know this because that is what happened on Saturday.
But on Sunday, we entered the River walk and no one stopped us at the CF/bullpen enterance into the main stadium. So I figured it must have been less than 2 hours until game time and the entire stadium was open to everyone. But as we circled the inner concourse, we could see people at all of the other entrances still locked outside the stadium. We were in there with what appeared to be a bunch of the BP regulars, but no one was following us. It was almost empty in there.
This would prove to work to our advantage.
The give-away for the day was a pair of wind-up pierogies. Still in the box, I stuffed them into our backpack right after the guy gave them to Tim. We were going to head over to the RF foul line to watch BP. But as we passed behind the Pirates dugout, Tim asked for the pierogies. So we stopped at the dugout so I could fish them out of our backpack.
After I gave Tim the pierogies, which he absolutely loved, I noticed that there was a baseball sitting in foul territory in front of the dugout. It looked like this:
There was absolutely no one else in the seats within 100 feet of the dugout. When Melky Cabrera walked around the batting cage to our side, I called out, “Hey, Melky.” He looked up and I pointed at the ball and then at Tim. Two seconds later, Melky tossed the ball our way.
I turned my back to the field and gave the ball to Tim. He showed me the pierogies. We generally weren’t paying any attention to the field until I heard a loud “Hey!” from behind me. Out of the blue, Braves third base coach Brian Snitker (who was in the process of hitting fungos to infielders) tossed us a second baseball.
After the unexpected second baseball, we decided to head over to RF. As we passed the Braves dugout, Tommy Hanson popped out and started signing autographs. Tim grabbed the Snitker baseball and a pen and walked up to Hanson and said, “Will you autograph my baseball?” I always think its cute when he asks for an autograph because it seems like most people just hold out a ball/card/ticket and a pen and the player grabs it and signs the item without any words being exchanged. But Tim always speaks up and gets the player to verbally commit to the autograph while he’s still signing for other people.
Better than the autograph, Hanson also posed for a picture with Tim:
After parting ways with Hanson, we headed a little further down the RF line. I watched BP while Tim played non-stop with his pierogies. He was having a blast with those things.
I decided to take a panorama through the little chain link fence on the foul territory warning track:
Tim kept playing and playing and playing with those pierogies. He put them in all sorts of make believe situations, many involving the threat of falling off of the wall or a step or a chair while Tim or I had to save them from falling to the ground below. Are are some random scenes:
See the bottom right picture? Someone hit a ball right down the line. There was an open gate to the field. I could tell the ball was going to hit the wall and then hit that gate and probably bounce into the handicapped seating area. By the way, the rest of the stadium was apparently still not open. There was literally no one else around us. I could have walked the fifty or so feet down to the gate and still got the baseball. But I didn’t. I ran down there, reached over the wall and scooped the ball off of the warning track right after it clanked off of the gate.
Here are the three baseballs we got at this game:
On our way to our seats, we watched the Pirates’ cool scoreboard game intro video:
(Click 720 HD for the best quality)
I missed the beginning of the video so I am not sure, but my best guess is that the first statue (the one that steals second base) is Honus Wagner. The second statue is Roberto Clemente. And the third is apparently Bill Mazeroski. The Pirates always have cool intro videos at the ballpark.
After the intro video, we made our way to our seats with a big pile of nachos. Thanks to reading about a ticket sale on the Pitt Peas blog (Thanks, Matt!), these seats cost us $7/ticket for this game:
As always, the nachos were excellent, but Tim had a hard time putting down his pierogies while eating and eventually he had cheesy pierogies that needed a major napkin scrub down…
On our way back over to section 105, the game started. As we passed behind the 3B dugout, I got this shot of Nate McLouth…
…he launched a monster foul bomb that just snuck over the last row of the RF bleachers.
We don’t like to be cramped in our seats and Section 105 was packed. But Section 101 in the RF corner was almost empty, so we grabbed some ice cream seats there:
An usher was walking around kicking everyone out who didn’t have Section 101 tickets. When he approached us he asked if we had Section 101 tickets. I said, “Section 105, but we’re hiding out here in the shade so he can eat his ice cream.” The usher said we could stay there because Section 101 was a downgrade from our real tickets. He then turned to Tim and said, “You can sit here, but you have to promise me that you’ll keep your dad under control.” I gave him a courtesy laugh, but Tim was too lost in ice-cream-helmet-deliciousness to really respond.
Here was our view of the plate (zoomed in) from Section 101…
Once again, I was pulling for former Mariner Ronny Cedeno to have a big day…
On Saturday, Tim was excited each time he saw the Pirate parrot. He would point him out and say either “There is the Phanatic!” or “There is a big green chicken!”
By Sunday, he’d figured out it was a parrot. And when Tim spotted the parrot coming up the stairs between Sections 103 and 105 early in the game, he yelled out, “Let’s get our picture with the parrot!” and he was off to the races.
We tracked down the parrot and got this shot:
Tim and I are usually on the go a lot during games. But Tim was very happy in our shady spot in Section 101. We stayed there without leaving the section until the 9th inning. This gave us plenty of time to get more action shots. Like this one of Andrew McCutchen — who was just a bit early on this pitch in the 4th.
We wanted to see ejection-legend Bobby Cox get tossed from a game this weekend. But he stayed calm. The best we could do was to get these shots of Cox pulling starting pitcher Kris Medlen from the game in the 6th:
The Braves took the early lead in the second when Melky Cabrera scored an unearned run on a David Ross single.
The Pirates tied it up 1-1 in the sixth when McCutchen hit a triple and scored on a sacrifice fly. Moments later, the Pirates took the lead when Garrett Jones scored on a single by Ryan Doumit.
Speaking of Doumit, I’ve never known much about him other than his name. But after this game, I won’t soon forget him because, among other things discussed below, he impressed me by coming to bat accompanied by the sweet sounds of Danzig’s “Mother”:
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Excellent call, Mr. Doumit.
Back to the game, the Braves knotted the score at 2-2 with a lead-off HR by Eric Hinske in the 8th inning.
Later in the inning, Future Hall of Famer Chipper Jones pinch-hit for Omar Infante and bounced out to 1B (you can see the ball at the right of the of picture):
But we did get this awesome picture of Andrew McCutchen hitting a single to CF in the bottom of the ninth…
…if you click to enlarge that picture you can see that the handle of his bat broke when he hit that ball. After I took that picture, a guy next to me in the concourse tapped my shoulder and asked me what kind of camera I was using. He saw the picture on the preview screen and was impressed. By the way, it is a Canon PowerShot SX200is.
When the Braves came to bat in the tenth, we headed out to RF in case someone would hit a homerun there. On the way, I got this shot of the field from Section 125…
We didn’t stay long in LF because we’d spent a lot of time there on Saturday. We decided to check out the RF bleachers. We walked around to Section 144, headed up the stairs into the seats, and grabbed two seats just above the tunnel.
Here was the view:
We made the wrong call. We should have gone one more section over toward the RF foul pole. Because about 5 minutes after sitting down, Ryan Doumit stepped to the plate. I said to Tim, “This guy likes Danzig so he might hit a home run.” He did. It was a screaming bullet of a line-drive and it landed exactly where we would have been had we decided to grab the same seats, but one more section over toward the RF pole. The guy who got the ball was sitting probably 20 seats over from us and one row behind us.
With the walk off HR, it was TIME TO RAISE THE JOLLY ROGER!!!
We got in line on the River walk and Tim hung out on my shoulders and watched the boats on the river:
We snaked our way across the River walk, out to the street behind the 1B line, and through a tunnel that dumped us out at the field right below Section 101. By the way, inside the tunnel we saw that there is valet parking under the River walk. I’m guessing that is for VIPs.
Someone was nice enough to take our standard RF foul line picture…
Another standard picture, approaching the infield on the 1B warning track…
Then the Pirates switched things up on us! Before this game, Tim had run the bases at Progressive Field, Citi Field, Rogers Centre, Nationals Park, Camden Yards, Citizens Bank Park and Miller Park and at every one of those stadiums, the kids started their trip around the bases at first base.
But at PNC Park, they had the kids start from home plate…
Another great thing about PNC Park is that they didn’t have people rushing us off of the field the second Tim touched home plate. So we had plenty of time to get some more pictures. I love this one featuring Tim and the “P” behind home plate…
…and a father-son picture behind home plate:
Now check this out, I snapped a picture of the Pirates’ dugout…
…and I saw a piece of paper sitting on the ledge behind the bench (yellow arrow to the left). I took a zoomed in picture of the paper. Above to the right, you see it is a picture of Omar Infante hitting a double off of Zach Duke. At the bottom it says “DUKE vs. O. INFANTE Inn. 6 Out 0 Runners none Count 3-2 Fly Ball Double.” I checked the game log, and this isn’t advanced scouting. This is “in game” scouting. Infante hit this double off of Duke in the sixth inning of THIS GAME! That’s pretty cool.
As we made our way to the far exit at the LF “corner spot, Tim inspected the dirt on the warning track:
But the fun didn’t end quite yet. We still had four hours in the car ahead of us. Here are just a couple of the sights from our drive home:
The mural at the top left is about 2 blocks from PNC Park, across the street from the Andy Warhol Museum. I thought it was cool that the mural had the windmills in it because there are a bunch of them in Western PA — as shown in the top right picture.
In the bottom left picture, that is a giant piece of art in Pittsburgh. I think it was just across the river in downtown. In case you can’t tell, the Robot man is made out of Pittsburgh’s yellow bridges. Very cool.
In the bottom right corner, Tim is using his “binoculars” to see the sights. He took a 20 minute nap in the car, but then was awake the rest of the drive home. Highlights of the drive included Tim telling me about 50 knock-knock jokes in a row, most concluding with a chicken doing something or other. Also, after discussing what championship the band Queen had won, we sang “We Are The Champions” about 4 times in a row at the top of our lungs. Good times on the road.
When we arrived home (about 2.5 hours after Tim’s bed time) Tim was still wide awake. He proceeded to tell mommy all of the great things we’d done and seen over the weekend.
The weekend was a complete success. Thanks, Pittsburgh.
2010 Fan Stats:
9 Teams (Mariners, Orioles and Blue Jays; Phillies, Pirates, Braves, Mets, Brewers and Nationals)
7 Ice Cream Helmets (Orioles (2), Phillies, Pirates (2), Mets, & Nationals)
19 Baseballs (2 Mariners, 3 Brewers, 3 Nationals, 2 Blue Jays, 3 Umpires, 1 Phillies, 1 Mets, 4 Braves)
5 Stadiums (Camden Yards, Citizens Bank Park, Nationals Park, Citi Field, PNC Park)
6 Player Photos (Ryan Rowland-Smith, Frank Catalanotto, Billy Wagner, Jeff Suppan, Tommy Hanson and Scott Olsen)
5 Autographs (Frank Catalanotto (2), Billy Wagner (2), Jeff Suppan, Tommy Hanson and Scott Olsen)
4 Kids Run The Bases (Citizens Bank Park, Nationals Park, Citi Field, PNC Park)