Yesterday when we were leaving the Maryvale ballpark (Over 10,000 in attendance and we sat in front of an HSU graduate.) after watching the Brewers and Diamondbacks, I noticed the fog light display lit up on the panel. I tried to shut it off, but it must have been shorted. This morning Robin and I knew we would have to get up early to go to Scotsdale to try to score Giant tickets. The battery was dead. I mean nothing. I found local dealers for Chrysler near Glendale and Robin called AAA for a jump. I figured we would have to have PT towed somewhere, so I did map search while Robin waited by the car for the AAA guy. By the time I was done with the search and went to the parking lot, the AAA guy had jumped the car and took the fuse out for the fog lights, as they would not turn off on the switch. They were there in just minutes!
So we headed to Scotsdale but could not score tickets. We may have to use a scalper tomorrow. Then we headed to Hohokam park and watched the Cubs and Rangers. It was hot. The Rangers played sloppy. Some poor kid was nailed by a line drive in the section in front of us. Must have been around 5. Scary. He seemed to be alright, but the family left and the boy was given an ovation.
Just an observation: The Arizona drivers are nuts! I have seen more poor driving habits here the last two years than I have anywhere else in the western states.
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