After an afternoon of digging up turtle nests, Dario asked us if we were going to the baseball game. Wha? Baseball in Todos Santos? I didn’t realize there was a baseball stadium here – they are pretty uncommon south of the U.S. border. I’m not even sure the town has a futbol field.
Sure, enough we got ourselves a game.It was some sort of Pan-American junior games and tonight’s action was Panama vs. Cuba. Awesome!
Béisbol has been berry berry good to me.
This was the real deal. Like Wrigley, the best seats in the house were in the outfield on top of somebody’s house. We decided to go in for a closer look. 40 peso entrance fee (kids free, of course) and 15 peso cold beer.
The quality of play was good and the crowd made it fun. Cuba won 2-0 and the only press was a guy giving live radio interviews over a cell-phone.
Note: the hurricane has since destroyed much of the stadium. Hopefully, it will be rebuilt soon.