02
Sep
09

RC Plane Divebombs Dodgers Game


Last night’s Dodgers/D-backs game wasn’t especially exciting in the gameplay department, but it did feature a notable appearance, a small RC plane executed some aerial moves to the delight of the crowd.

Is there anything that Vin Scully CAN’T make interesting? He continues calling the game while giving attention to what old-timers — I guess — call an airOplane and makes it all worth listening to.

Eventually, like Icarus and the sun, the plane flies too close to the dugout and a D-backs player comes out and rips the wings off, taking the plane out of service. Don’t let that keep you down though kids, you too should seek to soar for the untold heights, always reach for those stars!

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[The Fightins]


1 Response to “RC Plane Divebombs Dodgers Game”


  1. 1 Rob
    September 2, 2009 at 3:25 pm

    That was the first time this year I thought a Dodgers game was fun – R/C plane FTW!


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