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SUPLIZIO FIELD in GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO, took on the look and feel of a swamp as it was inundated with alligators Thursday night, June 4. These were a very unique species of Gators as you might notice while scrolling down the page.
Mt. Garfield looks on during a perfect evening for baseball between San Jacinto, Texas, and Hutchinson, Kansas.
As indicated by this flag, the wind joined us for the game.
Some Gators like to sit atop...
There are 'graffitied' Gators.
There are precious pink Gators.
And a soon-to-be-a-San-Jac-Gator...
There are Gators who have been tattooed...
And, there are beautiful young Gators...
Mr. Juco mingled with the Gators.
There were cute little Gator-wrestlers...
...and lots of fans who imitated Gators...
Even from the third base line, Gators can be spotted in the crowd.
There were lots of Gators in the dug-out.
Why does this picture...
...remind me of this :
The scoreboard says it all..."The Gators won the game."
And one last shot with this caption:
"My heroes have always been cowboys baseball players."
The call ejecting Nevada's Bryce Harper from the game for drawing a line in the dirt at home plate is still being debated as to whether it was the correct call or not.
But one thing is for sure, THIS ARTICLE in the Daily Sentinel by Patrick Bahr entitled, "2nd-Fiddle Win: Harper's Ejection Overshadows Gator's Victory" is a far cry from being correct. San Jac came to Grand Junction ranked number one and possibly probably the best team to ever take the field in JUCO history.
Mr. Bahr, calling that a 2nd-Fiddle Win implies to me that you can't carry a tune in a bucket.
(Mr. Bahr can be e-mailed at the above link.)