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Old 04-24-2013, 08:24 PM   #1
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MLB 14 List of stadium specific crowd rituals, crowd sections, music, etc.

We are looking on improving the stadium atmosphere in our franchise, so we wanted to find out if any teams do the following in their stadium:

- Are there any specific crowd rituals that a team does during a game? For example, in Atlanta, the crowd chants and does the tomahawk chop. Also, the Balfour Rage sequence in Oakland.
- Is there specific music that plays when a home run is hit by the home team?
- Are there any stadium specific songs that a team plays during a game? For example, "Sweet Caroline" plays at Fenway during the 7th inning stretch and "Celebration" plays in Oakland after the A's win a game.

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TEAM - Oakland A's
BRIEF SUMMARY - The crowd in right field does a Balfour Rage ritual.
FULL DESCRIPTION (Add photos or a link if needed) - When Grant Balfour comes into the game, the right field crowd the Balfour Rage. There is accompanying music that goes with this.

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Old 04-24-2013, 08:33 PM   #2
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TEAM - Generic (Most Teams)
BRIEF SUMMARY - Chant "Throw It Back"
FULL DESCRIPTION - Most crowds chant "Throw It Back" when an opposing team player hits a home run. Usually the crowd will not quiet down until the ball is thrown back into the field.

TEAM - New York Yankees
BRIEF SUMMARY - Cowbell Rally Chant
FULL DESCRIPTION - When the Yankees are trailing behind or the game is going at a slow pace, the Bleachers Creatures (Section 203 in Right Field) begin the Cowbell Rally Chant. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj1Ap6QHaIQ

TEAM - Texas Rangers
BRIEF SUMMARY - Texas Ranger's Fan Home Run Catch Ritual (He is a season ticket holder)
FULL DESCRIPTION - A fan runs on the centerfield grass (where the flag girls run after a home run) and attempts to catch the ball, the fan throws back the ball as if he were a player on the field. Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zad4eQLGId4 (If it is a Texas Player that hits the home run then the fan will keep the ball, he only throws it back onto the field when it is an opposing team home run)

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TEAM - Seattle Mariners
BRIEF SUMMARY - King's Court
FULL DESCRIPTION (Add photos or a link if needed) - Whenever Felix Hernandez starts he has a special cheering section with everyone in the section wearing yellow t-shirts. Fans are given yellow K cards and chant "K K K K K K K (etc.)" when Felix has two strikes on a batter

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If you guys ever bring back promotions, there have been 2 "supreme court" nights so far where everyone in the stadium is wearing yellow t-shirts

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Here's a crappy video of people chanting:

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TEAM - Boston Red Sox
BRIEF SUMMARY - Sweet Caroline in Mid 8th.
FULL DESCRIPTION - In the Middle of the 8th inning, Sweet Caroline is played, along with the crowd singing along.

TEAM - Boston Red Sox
BRIEF SUMMARY - Dirty Water after a win.
FULL DESCRIPTION - After the Red Sox win at home Dirty Water is played.

TEAM - Boston Red Sox
BRIEF DESCRIPTION - Goodnight Sweetheart after a loss.
FULL DESCRIPTION - After the Red Sox lose at home Goodnight Sweetheart is played.

TEAM - Boston Red Sox
BRIEF DESCRIPTION - Kernkraft 400 for Home Runs
FULL DESCRIPTION - When a Red Sox player hits a Home Run, Kernkraft 400 by Zombie Nation is played.
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TEAM - St. Louis Cardinals
BRIEF SUMMARY - End of the 7th, Here Comes the King
FULL DESCRIPTION - Last call is at the end of the 7th at Busch Stadium. The song "Here Comes the King" is also played during that time between the 7th and 8th. If you can't get the rights to "Here Comes the King," please don't put in a substitue song. You'll hear it in the following videos.


TEAM - St. Louis Cardinals
BRIEF SUMMARY - Player's parade on Opening Day
FULL DESCRIPTION - The HOF players, coaches, and players ride around the warning track in trucks before the game, and get introduced and line up on the first base line. Here Comes the King is usually played during this event. They come after the Clydesdales.


TEAM - St. Louis Cardinals
BRIEF SUMMARY - Clydesdales on Opening Day, last home game, and home playoff games.
FULL DESCRIPTION - IF YOU CAN GET THE RIGHTS: On Opening Day, the last home game, and every home playoff game, the Budweiser Clydesdales parade around the warning track before the game. Right behind them is also a cart that picks up the poop. Here Come the King is played during this event.


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TEAM - Chicago Cubs
BRIEF SUMMARY - Cubs Winning the game song
FULL DESCRIPTION- After the cubs win the game at home during the hand shakes they play the GO CUBS GO!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6r2HuFgZGY
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TEAM: Milwaukee Brewers

BRIEF SUMMARY:
End of the 6th inning (I think the 6th?)

FULL DESCRIPTION:
The Sausage Race!!!
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TEAM: Cincy Reds

Summary Fans in the seats screaming/howling "wooooo!"

Description: In the late innings the crowds began to "hooo!" & "woo!"



Team: Cincy Reds
Summary: Cheers for Shin Soo Choo and Jay Bruce
Description: Fans howl "Chooooo" and "Bruuuuuce" after a successful AB for either player

Team: Cincy Reds
Summary: Fans go in to a frenzy for Chapman in the 9th
Description: Crank up the crowd volume when this man enters..
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