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RE: Cajun PBP guy doesnt like Easter Sunday Baseball
(04-22-2014 02:50 PM)arkstfan Wrote:  And we had people complaining about the spring football game being on Friday because the coaches wanted to release the kids home for Easter.

I remember when it was common for schools to play their three game weekend series with a single on Friday and a double on Saturday so the kids could have the day off, the coaches could have the day potentially off and the people taking tickets and selling cokes could have the day off.

This. Even if you don't really celebrate Easter, by having a game on Eastern Sunday you're affecting a LOT of other people who are asked or forced to work that morning/day and cannot go home and spend time with family.
04-22-2014 03:10 PM
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