Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-06-14 
But Marty, if you don't go to the stadium you'll miss out on the chance to throw chairs at the players, spectators and umpires--which is what happened that night in Cleveland!

Amazingly, the Indians were scheduled to host three other ten-cent beer nights in 1974--and planned to go ahead with them until the American League said they couldn't.
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2008-06-13 
Who can sit 3 hours at a game and not get a few cold beers and a hot dog maybe some nachos. That's at least 20 bucks right there. Bring your kids then your talking a hundred bucks for some munchies and a few beverages. At least! Add the ticket prices and parking, there pricing out the little guy. The true sports fans! I guess they need the money to pay the millions some of these players get! I'll watch at home on TV, Slap some burgers on the grill and watch! Get a big bag of Nacho chips a 3 $ Jar of cheese there you are!
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2008-06-13 
Might as well called it Free Beer Night! Recipe for disaster! Yup! beats 8$ for a cup of Beer! That's one thing I don't like, Exorbent prices for stuff you can get alot cheaper elsewhere.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-06-05 
Yes, Eric, there had been trouble on the field when the Reangers had hosted the Indians in Arlington. However, this game had no on-field incidents until the drunken fans took them there. A real black eye for the grand old game...
Posted by: eric1957 on 2008-06-05 
Didn't the Rangers and Indians get into a scrap a week before Ten-Cent Beer Night when they played in Arlington? Cheap Beer + Rowdy Fans = Riot.