Get Your Tickets!


Now that the accommodations have been taken care of, we can focus on the activities.
I understand there is some interest in things other than America’s pastime so instead of one or two people buying all the tickets and being stuck with extras, we are all responsible for getting our tickets for the games. The larger the group the more fun it will be at each game, but anyone looking to jump out a perfectly good airplane (or some other form of crahzee) can opt out of a game day.
I just went online and purchased a lawn ticket for both games. These are the cheapest, and require no coordination as there are no assigned seats in the outfield, just grass and bodies. I paid for print now tickets, sucker I know, but each was less than $15, so $30 bucks for both games can be expected.
On Saturday March 28th at 1:05pm (says 3:05pm on the site due to time differences) we will be watching Los Doyers take on the Chi Town Blanco Sox, [tickets for this game can be purchased here](
On Sunday March 29th at 1:05pm (says 3:05pm on the site due to time differences) we will be watching Los Angeles Angels de Anaheim take on the Tejas Rangers, [tickets for this game can be purchased here](
Please comment when you buy your tickets so we can rouse those that may not check the site so no child gets left behind. I’m not familiar with how these games sell. When I checked there were some good seats for the Doyers game, but they were a little pricey. We just want everyone to get their tickets in the next few days so we can focus on the evening activities and general merriment as we quickly approach another amazing IFS weekend.
(Supposedly the tallest stack in history, Feb. 2009).
Oh and be sure to get in your taco posts or cutie pie is going to run away with it.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. comp
    Mar 15, 2009 @ 16:35:26

    Got tix for the doyers v. blanco sox; also got a plane ticket from Phoenix to Sac, so I’m set.

  2. yourinterior
    Mar 13, 2009 @ 20:47:48

    got my tix, sorry bout the skydiving frick jam, maybe next spring training. bunch, didn’t know your cousin made the world’s tallest stack, and in your birth month too.

  3. frickerigno
    Mar 12, 2009 @ 18:03:30

    Yeah, the outpouring of support has been underwhelming to say the leastbut I’m not giving up yet. Even my partner in extreme is wavering. However I think the drinking the night before rule is kinda one of those rules reserved for the ‘limp wristed’ types.

  4. Revelry & Spirits
    Mar 12, 2009 @ 10:41:03

    I’m payed up for both games. Thanks for the facilitation MOM. For those of you planning on sky diving, you’ll need to stay sober the night before because they won’t allow you to jump. Also, I ask you, don’t we have an absolute blast when we are just in a house partying? At the game we will be in a stadium partying. Gladiators on beer. Save the IFS jump for another day War Child.