Diane got free tickets from her boss, so of course we said yes. We've paid $80 each to go before, so this was great. None of us knew exactly where the seats were going to be, but Diane's boss had made it clear that they were very, very good.
Do you know where the dugout is? We sat to the right of it. When I say to the right, I mean that Diane's seat was touching it. Oh yeah, we were also in the front row. The only people closer to the field were the photographers in the pit in front of us. Holy moly! And did I mention we didn't pay a dime for the tickets? Life is good.
A family with a little boy sat across the aisle from us, and we let him stand in front of us to try to get an autograph. He was very cute, but not loud enough to get anybody's attention.
The Sox played the A's. Unfortunately they lost, but it was still a great game. And Varitek played, so I can't really complain. :)
Many thanks to Diane & Wally for the tickets and a GREAT NIGHT OUT!