21
May
09

Smoltz Ruins Thirsty Thursdays for Everyone Else


smoltzJohn Smoltz will be making a rehab start today for the Greenville Drive opposing the Augusta GreenJackets, the Single A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves. Seeing that the game will be pretty close to Atlanta, and that Smoltz spent all of his career prior with the Braves, the GreenJackets are expecting a larger than normal crowd today.

Unfortunately, today is also Thursday and the GreenJackets have a regular “Thirsty Thursdays” promotion with discounted beer prices. Anticipating more families at the game today, the team has ammended the promotion, presenting a “controlled Thirsty Thursday” with the $1 beers now only being available in the party pavilion.

It’s almost not worth it to go now. I mean, it’s almost not worth the $7 ticket price to see a future Hall-of-Famer if I can’t drink $1 beer EVERYWHERE.

[WEEI]


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