When Cops Tweet
the robots are coming
Kansas City Royal fans have waited 29 years to watch their team make another post-season appearance, so when the opportunity presented itself last night, they were determined to see it.
To ensure that they’d be able to fully enjoy the game, the Kansas City Police took to Twitter to kindly ask that the people of their city drive safely and refrain from committing any crimes during the game.
A poorly performing Korean baseball team has devised a way to brighten up what we expect is the overwhelmingly depressing atmosphere at their games.
Oh good god. This is what happens when a minor baseball league tries to understand the Internet.
At last night’s Kalamazoo Growlers game (that’s apparently a minor league baseball team, uh, somewhere), the players debuted a jersey filled with 300 selfies. The local newspaper declared it a “hit” with not only the fans, but the opposing team. “The jersey is really cool,” remarked one player from the Wisconsin Woodchucks. So cool.
If you want to purchase tickets for the Yankees this season, we don’t recommend Googling around for the box office number. The Daily Dot reports that when you Google “Yankees box office phone number,” the first result directs you to an old page on the Yankees website.
There’s contact information for the box office listed at the bottom, but when you call the phone number listed, you get the sultry voice of a woman welcoming you to a sex chat line.