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Fenway
06-11-2007, 10:21 AM
geeze if they did this at Fenway there would be 2,000 people left :tongue:

"If you receive this card, we believe that your behavior has crossed this line....Continued abusive behavior will require us to eject you from the ballpark without refund—something we don't want to do."

http://www.seattleweekly.com/2007-06-06/news/ballpark-bleachers-are-no-longer-a-heckler-s-paradise-especially-at-safeco.php

ewokpelts
06-12-2007, 12:25 AM
geeze if they did this at Fenway there would be 2,000 people left :tongue:



http://www.seattleweekly.com/2007-06-06/news/ballpark-bleachers-are-no-longer-a-heckler-s-paradise-especially-at-safeco.php
i like how fans can call security from thier cell phones and not make it look they went to security. wish the sox had a feature like that(i have bad neighbors in my st section.)

MRM
06-12-2007, 02:59 AM
i like how fans can call security from thier cell phones and not make it look they went to security. wish the sox had a feature like that(i have bad neighbors in my st section.)

If people are truly being obnoxious there should be enough security around to catch it without having to resort to anonymous cell phone calls. I've been to thousands of ball games and can count on one hand the number of times I've seen someone out of line enough that they should be escorted out of the stadium.

Fenway
06-12-2007, 10:05 AM
Red Sox have had the cellphone hotline since 2004 and it has worked well....violate one of these rules and you are gawn
"starting lineup" of fan protocol:

1. Avoid balls in play.
2. Never trespass onto the field.
3. Drink responsibly.
4. Help keep Fenway Park clean.
5. Watch your language.
6. Respect all other fans.
7. Keep cell phone conversations private, without gestures to attract attention.
8. Sit only in your own seats.
9. And of course, No Smoking (except on Yawkey Way).
The "starting lineup" will be listed on more than one million season pocket schedules, and in future editions of Red Sox Magazine. The awareness efforts ask fans to help remove violators of the "Code of Conduct" during the game by calling the Fenway Park Security Hotline (617-226-6411), introduced in 2004.

Chicken Dinner
06-12-2007, 11:16 AM
To much coffee up there. Wasn't it Safeco that refused to let someone in wearing a "Yankees Suck" shirt?

NSSoxFan
06-12-2007, 11:29 AM
To much coffee up there. Wasn't it Safeco that refused to let someone in wearing a "Yankees Suck" shirt?

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