It was cold at the Cubs game

wrigley.jpgI think it was 40 degrees last night at the game. I was freezing my arse off but what a time. Wrigley Field is now officially my favorite place to see a game. There was a dixieland type band there and they played Walking In A Winter Wonderland. That's how cold it was. The band had a banjo and trombone, tuba, clarinet, trumpet etc... The fans were on their feet from the 6th inning on. The Cubbies beat The dodgers much to the dismay of my Dad. My friend Gary Hughes left me the greatest seats. Muchas gracias Senor Gary. Tonight I play in Evanston Illinois at The Brothers K Coffeehous. Tomorrow I am up early to head to Milwaukee to see the Brewers game. I will be one of the sausages in the sausage races! A bit about the Sausage Race: Sausage Races are held at every home game of the Milwaukee Brewers - it's a promotion for the Klement's Sausage Company, which is located in Milwaukee. There are five racing sausages. Their official names are given by the race's sponsor: #1 Bratt Wurst - a bratwurst and wears green Austro-Bavarian lederhosen #2 Stosh - a Polish sausage and wears dark sunglasses and a blue and red rugby shirt #4 Guido - an Italian sausage and wears a chef's outfit #5 Cinco - a chorizo and wears a sombrero The foam costumes are seven feet, three inches from the top of the head to the knees. The races begin between the dugout and the baseline around third base. They sprint down the warning track, around home plate and continue toward first base. Probably too much information but wanted you to be informed. I hope I am the chorizo since I live on the border of Mexico. I get to dress up as a sausage! Then later that night I play a house concert at Wino Krainz house. Yours in sausage casing, SjjP