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More reasons to hate the Florida Marlins: Vuvuzela night

Written by Juan Cena on Saturday, June 19 2010 and posted in SWRT

Earlier this season the Florida Marlins gave baseball a hideous team song sung by Scott Staph Stapp. Now they're bringing in the one sound more annoying than Stapp's voice: Vuvuzelas. For Saturday night's interleague game against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Marlins plan to give out 15,000 vuvuzelas. While other teams like the Yankees have kicked people out of the stadium for bringing the annoying World Cup noisemakers in, Florida is actually going to hand them out.That should be more than enough to guarantee the game not to be a sellout.
Luckily the team claims that this will only be a one-night event. Sun Life stadium doesn't allow noisemakers like that brought it. And as the Marlins only rent the place out, they don't really have much of a say about what can and can't be brought into the park.

(via ESPN)


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Earlier this season the Florida Marlins gave baseball a hideous team song sung by Scott Staph Stapp. Now they're bringing in the one sound more annoying than Stapp's voice: Vuvuzelas. For Saturday night's interleague game against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Marlins plan to give out 15,000 vuvuzelas. While other teams like the Yankees have kicked people out of the stadium for bringing the annoying World Cup noisemakers in, Florida is actually going to hand them out.That should be more than enough to guarantee the game not to be a sellout.
Luckily the team claims that this will only be a one-night event. Sun Life stadium doesn't allow noisemakers like that brought it. And as the Marlins only rent the place out, they don't really have much of a say about what can and can't be brought into the park.

(via ESPN)



Posted originally: 2010-06-19 15:03:00
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