Dogs Love Baseball

In some places they call it Bark in the Park. Others say Pets in the Park or Dog Days. Whatever they call it, minor league baseball teams, and especially the independent league teams that have to try every trick in the book to fill the seats, have discovered that if you invite dogs to the game they come with a ticket-buying owner or two. These photos show some of the canine fans of the Suxxex County Miners and the Rockland Boulders. And they’re happy to be there. There is nary a bark at Bark in the Park.

Dog pool at Palisades Credit Union Park

Cooling off at Palisades Credit Union Park in Pomona, N.Y..

Baseball dog

 

 

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8 Responses to Dogs Love Baseball

  1. BroadBlogs says:

    I love that dogs love baseball! ❤

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  2. Great pics. I had no idea some parks allowed this. Awesome!

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  3. inesephoto says:

    They are all smiling 🙂 Happy with the score apparently 🙂

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  4. Donna Janke says:

    The Goldeyes ball team in my home city of Winnipeg has a Bark in the Park day. I’ve never been to it though. I imagine there are times the dogs are getting more attention than the ball players!

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  5. These pictures are such fun! Looks like all the pups are having a great time.

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  6. How cute! I didn’t know that baseball parks have dog days! I also didn’t know that Denver has an amphitheatre built into the rocks. We’ve been to a similar one in Medora, ND and it was amazing.

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  7. So lovely. Love the chopstick photo.

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