If you think my human lets me do cool stuff, you'd be superimpressed with my friend's Miley + Boka's human. She takes them to all kinds of fun places. And sometimes I get really lucky and she invites me (and Dutch) to go too.
Well, last Friday I totally got lucky.
Because last Friday was take your dog to baseball night at the Oakland A's stadium. Thanks to Miley + Boka's mom, this is the second time I've seen a real, live professional baseball game. In one of those giant baseball places most dogs only ever get to see on TV.
This year I even got scratched behind the ear by a real, live professional baseball man. My human said he's a catcher for the White Sox? I don't know exactly what that means, but it's probably very cool.
Dutch would like me to mention that he's been to see the A's three times "and survived". I saw him yawn a few times during the game and was asleep by the 4th inning, so I don't think he's much of a baseball fan. I'm thinking maybe they don't have baseball where he comes from. I mean, he just doesn't seem to get it. And he insists on wearing the team-bandana thingy like some sort of Amish hat. I didn't see any other dogs doing that.
My friends Phoebe + Zoey also got lucky on Friday because they got invited to come too. Phoebe didn't seem all that into things at first, but halfway through the game she went nuts and started cheering (or booing?) like crazy. Zooey was the luckiest out of everyone. A man with a camera took her picture and put her video on this ginormous TV (technical term: Jumbotron) so the whole entire stadium could see her cuteness.
I didn't pay much attention to the baseball part of our night out with the Oakland As. I was having too much fun playing on people's laps and eating snacks. I think Boka was the only one who actually watched the game. So if you're wondering who won, you'll have to ask him.