I will be there. YeeeeeeeeaahhhH!
And that’s why you say it too.
But Monty Kolste, a retired urban planner who hoped to catch the Nationals’ opener at Champps, was frustrated for a time at the tavern in Columbia. The 23 TV screens were tuned to the game between the Orioles and the Oakland A’s.
Rocky Brown, Champps’ manager, found the Nationals-Phillies game by dialing up a satellite. By the seventh inning, the game was on three of the screens. “That’s why they pay me the big bucks,” Brown said.