Post speech, The Washington Post described the scene at Yankee Stadium: “strong men weep this afternoon, expressionless umpires swallow hard, and emotion pump the hearts and glaze the eyes of 61,000 baseball fans in Yankee Stadium. It was Lou Gehrig, tributes, honors, gifts heaped upon him, getting an overabundance of the thing he wanted least—sympathy. But it wasn’t maudlin. His friends were just letting their hair down in their earnestness to pay him honor. And they stopped just short of a good, mass cry.”
The concert was held in an exceedingly luxurious environment which put everyone in the audience in a jubilant mood. The audience would tap their feet along to the catchy rhythm, then would cheer with an electrifying applause after each piece was performed. The band continued to draw the crowd’s attention by having every musician on the stage play their own solo in each song. When Byron Stripling and the Jazz St. Louis Big Band performed the last piece in their set of the night they ended it with every musician on stage shouting “Clark Terry” to end the exquisite
It had seemed to take forever for him to make the call. He had finally said “You’re out!” The Panther parents went crazy they were cheering and whistling. My team had rushed from everywhere to home plate. They were complimenting Dane,Tanner, and I on the sweet play.
Oscar has one outrageous attitude but he is still a top center fielder and pitcher. He is now 32 and he has not let up, he has hit 114 home runs in his career, 495 RBI’s, 197 stolen bases with only being caught stealing once, and with .352 batting average. Oscar Charleston is a complete player, but I should probably discuss the man who is making his job a little tougher, Satchel
The opposing team tried to hurt him by spiking him, aiming the ball at his head, called him unpleasant names, and his own teammates avoided him. The racial discrimination was not just on the baseball field; he encountered a lot of trouble when they were on the road. Many cities did not allow Robinson to stay at the same hotel as the team and restaurants would not serve him. Therefore he was forced to eat his meals and sleep on the bus. The only positive applauses and cheers came from the colored section at the games, some Brooklyn Dodger fans, and Branch Rickey that also backed him up.
A Need for Change Anticipation builds while players’ line in formation. Electric seconds pass while the quarterback yells the play. Shockingly, the players’ crash together in an explosion of energy, aggression, and sod. Televisions across America play this scenario over and over every Sunday during football season. Enthralled by the sheer athleticism and excitement of the sport, fans watch religiously, eyes glued to the screen.
As we walk on the field Band playing crowd roaring Fans on the field for the run through Mist of smoke in the tunnel You cant replace the feeling for anything in your stomach Chest can 't breath Band starts playing we run out clapping hands
“Now presenting your Chicago Bulls!” the announcer screamed as smoke poured into the stadium, and the lights went out. “Starting as head guard, Derrick Rose”, came screeching through the speakers. The crowd was on their feet as all the other players were called by name and ran on to the freshly shined court. There were screams of “We love you Derrick”, while shouts of insults, obviously from fans of the opposing team, the New York Knicks reverberated through the arena.
I could no longer hear Bryce, who remained right next to me. The crowd brought life, a new feeling of excitement and anticipation, never before seen or experienced at the freshman basketball level. Our coach called us into the locker room, but I could not hear him, for the crowd was too loud and excited for me to focus on anything but them. As a result, I just stood and stared, amazed like a kid at Christmas or family seeing a skyscraper in a big city for the first
The sun began to give way to the night as it hid behind Duckwall Mountain up in the Tuolumne hills. The smell of popcorn throughout the stadium would have been given the highest praise from Mr. Redenbacher himself. Fans piled into Thorsted Field like ants looking for a sweet area to claim as their own. The Bears marched onto the field as if they were mighty Mongolian Empire warriors being led to battle by Genghis Kahn - defeat not an option. Dressed in their finest battle gear, the Bears’ flag was carried in front of the troops as a way to show the fight of the night was on its way.
“Jared we love you!” a voice from the crowd shouted. Music played as East Bay’s mascot the wolf danced around howling and beating its chest. Within a few minutes, however, the crowd had become loud in a round of boos and shouting.
Fans slowly forced their way out of the stands, with mobs of people cramming their way into the stairwells. As the Navy football team’s shouts of victory rang throughout the stadium, the message to be a faithful fan and experience different things, despite the inconveniences, also rang loud and
As I walked thru to the field I could not believe how big it actually was I knew that it was big on the outside but when you walk in, and see all the people it just blows your mind. I have not seen this many people in one place in my entire life. As you look out in the crowed all you see is a sea of red and gold. The band takes the field to get the crowed ready for the game.
The stadium was completely clean. He looked at me with rage and anger, I try to tell him what I saw and they can 't stand to hear my voice anymore. It is the night before the game and, I am very shocked and puzzled. I could 've swore up and down I saw construction. So it 's here, GAME DAY.
What is an American? Coming from a family that traveled illegally from a different country to America it has shown me that the United States has a better opportunity and giving choices for a better life. An American is someone that has opportunity, freedom, and who can be patriotic. From my perspective an American is to have the right to be free, having an opportunity for education, work, having my own choices, to speak on my own word, take risk and many more. Another being American means to being united as one.