Saturday, July 28, 2007

Redbirds Game...

We all went to the Redbirds game at AutoZone Park in Memphis tonight. It was hot and they lost, but it was still a great night. I noticed that there are a lot of people from our area that go the games. So here's my question... Should I start giving a Redbirds forecast for home games in Memphis? I think I should... what do you think?

Anywho, something weird happened there tonight.... A cheerleader collapsed on the field! It was wild. They started an IV on her and everything. My guess is heat exhaustion, but I'm not a doctor! Did anyone else see it? Do you know what happened?

I also noticed that several people got hit with foul balls. Luckily we were behind the net! Well, I'm tired and I have to get up early for Church.

Take care,
Ryan

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, so cool, we were at the Redbirds game last night, too. We only go 1-2 times/year. I just get on the web and check out the weather from KAIT for the Memphis area.

There were a ton of foul balls last night. We were on the 3rd base line, up on the party deck, so we only got one that came our way.

That was terrible for that cheerleader that passed out! They were just dancing away and she dropped like a rock. I never heard what happened, but I kinda thought the same thing.

The game itself ended like a bummer. The Redbirds kept up really well. I guess the heat got to them, too.

Kristi - Gosnell, AR

Anonymous said...

The Redbirds games are awesome. I was afraid it would rain out. I thought they were going to wrestle last night. I check your blog everyday good reading.

Ralph Ceballos

Bro. Mike said...

My family and I were at the game last night in the first row on the 3rd base line, the usher told me that she passed out from heat exhaustion. We try to go as much as we can throug the year so a forcast would be great, it would also be nice if the sports would report their scores.

David said...

Our sunday school class went too but it was too hot of course for me to be outside that long. Hopefully we can go on a cooler night game before season is done.
David Williams formerly of Gosnell