Why would any baseball team want to restrict "the wave" during a game?
I just read a article on Reuters about my beloved Texas Rangers (A baseball team for the those who don't care.) attempting a lighthearted jest about the wave being dangerous. Apparently, it upset the fans that liked the wave and started a protest movement among those that hate the wave, I am hoping for tongue in cheek answers.
Well, as a HUGE Rangers fan living just 35 miles out of Dallas - I have to think. . . .(oh sorry - . . .I can't think of nothing tongue and cheek ee this time o' evening)
Everybody is holding a glass of beer in one hand and hotdogs in the other. It is gonna be messy lol
The only negative thign about the wave is that it's old and played out. But certainly not dangerous. But it might be as lame as the Tomahawk chop.
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