Thursday, August 14, 2014

Fish and Monkeys in Minor League Baseball

A few weekends ago, we got to catch up with our friend Luis Lopez and the Bridgeport Bluefish.  We always look forward to the Bluefish coming to town and getting to see Luis.  With our busy baseball schedule, this is the first time we got to see him this season.  We also took Kyle tonight so he could see the Cowboy Monkey.  He was so excited!  The Cowboy Monkey is on of the most popular acts in Minor League Baseball right now and is definitely worth seeing.  It was a fun night of friends, baseball, autographs, and monkeys!  You never know what you'll see at the ball park!  The Barnstormers won the game 11-3.

Blake, Kyle, Luis, and Gavin

Luis signing Kyle's glove

"Look at the monkey!"

Cowboy Monkey Rodeo


Today's Autographs: 18
2014 Autographs: 165
2014 My Donation $8.25

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