I had a great time at the Bulls – Celtics game last night. The Bulls won to keep their playoff hopes alive. The crowd was lively and the electronics and media at the United Center kept the crowd entertained all night.
One of the best days ever at a baseball game. It started with perfect weather in the mid 70s and ended with a White Sox victory.
In between there was the tailgating before the game which is getting increasingly popular as they have now allowed in the parking lots for a number of years. Thanks to Pete and his friends for a great feast before the game.
There also was the best defensive play I have ever seen by a pitcher when Mark Buerhle fielded a play hit off his leg that went into foul territory by throwing a strike to Paul Konerko backhanded between his legs. What a great time at the ballpark and the White Sox won 6 to nothing.
miscellaneous ramblings of a North side Chicagoan and sports fan