Yay Mariner FanFest yay
Scheduled to appear:
Not scheduled to appear: Chris Snelling.
Note to fans: please do not bring delicious nachos near Felix. The Seattle Mariners are not responsible for loss of food or injuries to your hand including ingestion of hand by Felix, in the event that you disregard this warning and bring food near Felix.
Dugout Dialogue – Q&A session with Mariners players & coaches, Mariner Legends and front office staff, hosted by Mariners broadcasters Dave Niehaus and Rick Rizzs.
Q: Where’s Snelling?
A: Uh, we found a home for him… on a farm! A big farm, where he can run and play and…
Q: Please explain how Jose Vidro, a busted-up hitter in severe decline, is an improvement over playing Snelling.
A: He’s a veteran presence, a professional hitter, uh… look! The Moose!
NEW – Raul Ibanez Skills Challenge – A series of fun, interactive activities for kids of all ages; see if you have what it takes to be a big leaguer like Mariners left-fielder Raul Ibanez!
– be good-looking and likable?
– give consistently good post-game interviews?
– accept contract extensions every time you run into M’s president Chuck Armstrong?
– arrange direct deposit for your increasingly large paychecks?
History of Baseball in the Northwest exhibit – Baseball in Seattle goes back further than the Mariners’ 30 seasons, see how baseball in the Northwest began and how far it’s come in this fun and educational exhibit.
No it doesn’t. Willie Bloomquist isn’t thirty yet. How dare you. Evidence of baseball before Bloomquist is a test of our faith in Willie.
Also, that should be ” see how baseball in the Northwest began and how far it’s fallen in this fun and educational exhibit”
Kids’ Zone – Photos with the Mariner Moose, face painting, kids bouncer, wiffle ball batting cage and much more, all for kids!
isn’t it “whiffle” ball?
There’s a bouncer just to keep kids under control? Is he the kid with the glandular problem who takes out his anger on his peers?
Annnnd much, much more.