The most important people in the park. The most activity on the Oklahoma Redhawks board a few years back was regarding the firing of Stan the Beerman.
The kiosks face the concourse, so you can get the goodies without missing a thing on the field.
My co-author on Small Ballyard, Chris, and his grandfather, Billy Brown of Stroud, OK.
Hey, I wouldn’t yell obscenities at Riptide
Another kid outruns Riptide around the bases. Sheesh, you’d think this guy would train for this.
One of the things I really like about Harbor Park is all the machinery: the cranes, the tugboats, the railroad. Baseball reflects America, and America is mechanical. Just ask Marcel Duchamp.
That’s Mr. Doodles to you, padner. I will say this for Riptide, he spends a lot of energy and time with the kids. You don’t have to go looking for him. No Bad Santa here.
They got there late, but it was a good opening night at Harbor Park
I’ve always liked this visual, when night has fallen and the concourse is dark.
The activity between innings is like the activity between scenes in a play.