Nice evening with the Dodgers. Great to see them recognizing the great people of
the Mormon faith.
I am glad to see my favorite MLB team's tradition of "Mormon Night"
continue. I just hope that Major League Baseball can take control of the team
from Frank Mc Court and the new owners can keep up this tradition as well as
bring this franchise back as serious contenders in the NL West.
It WAS a fun night. But with all the problems that the Dodger franchise is
having (the owners and the beating inflicted on a man at the first game), things
have hit them hard. There were so many empty seats! I was lucky enough to have
been given a free parking pass, but the parking fee alone is enough to keep
people home. If the Dodgers would just ask me for my opinion, I could totally
help them out with some suggestions. :-)
Glad to see "Mormon Night" happen at Dodger Stadium. Glad to know
that the singing group "Joshua Creek" could find a place/(venue) to
sing and show their talent.Hope that more venues for the LDS singing
groups happen, since it appears thatthe "decision makers?" at
BYU Broadcasting have decided to stop the LDS music channel known as "BYU
Radio" on Channel 980 on the Dish Network. Now Channel980 on the
Dish Network line-up of "MUSIC CHANNELS" is just talk programs,mostly the audio tracks to TV shows that appear on BYU-TV.Now
where do we get the Christian Music with a LDS touch and flavor???Good Luck to the LDS Gospel singing groups.
I grew up going to Mormon Night at Dodger Stadium and eating Farmer John Hot
Dogs. Glad to know this proud tradition continues.
The group in the photo must have been all that were there. I'll bet the majority
that night were LDS. I like the bachelor party angle. Congratulations.
The seats filled up as the first inning started. It was a fun night! Joshua
Creek was flawless in their National Anthem performance. It was great to run
into many old friends, as we visited from Utah that night.