We had great seats (row 14) and I really enjoyed watching the process of the tarp removal, something I had never seen before. The game got started on time, but first, some pictures of the Prince of Baseball, Albert Pujols.
I had never seen Pujols live before, so I was paying special attention to his at-bats, but he went 0-5 with a strikeout. The game was pretty wild with 33 hits and 15 runs. The real treat though was the bottom of the ninth. The previous night, the Rockies had a 9-run comeback win, the largest in their history and with the game tied at 7 in the 9th, Chris Iannetta stepped to the plate and delivered a game-winning, walk-off homerun. Words can't describe the excitement in the stadium, the whole place was rockin' and it was awesome to be a part of it. Some people enjoy pitcher's duel and I can appreciate those, but my heart is really in what John Gordon calls, a "donnybrook." I'll leave you with a few more pics from the game.