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Over/Under Blog: The MLB Game Day Experience

Welcome to a new feature on Price Per Head, The Over/Under Blog!

We’ll tackle weird sports headlines, drop gems from the gambling department, and keep you entertained along the way.

This week’s edition is all about the baseball watching experience.

Over/Under: “All You Can Eat” Seats

You had one job, “all you can eat” seat! One job! Poor Kristopher here took to Twitter to express his frustration (and hunger) with the Diamondbacks’ home opener. I don’t know about you but when I hold a golden ticket to stuff my face to capacity at an event I absolutely don’t eat much beforehand. Entirely possible that I’m on a 20 hour fast. Imagine how hungry you’d be in this situation. That doesn’t even take into consideration the part where he had to pay for the food. Arizona, we cannot possibly go UNDER any further.

Over/Under: Dodger Stadium Goes Back to Walk-Up Ordering

Long waits for concessions at Dodgers Stadium is being pinned on the digital means of ordering. So Los Angeles is turning back the clock and reinstating walk-up ordering for now. This works with the motif of the franchise, whose ballpark is delightfully retroactive. Not to mention the players actually won the World Series last year, another welcomed throwback in Los Angeles. We’re taking the OVER here.

Over/Under: Has Record Opening Day

There’s only 1,440 minutes in single day but when you add up all the minutes of baseball watched on on Opening Day you’ll get over 84,000 days. That’s 230 years worth of baseball watched, a 26% increase from 2020’s Opening Day (according to Front Office Sports). If we’re baseball this is good news and we’re rushing to cook up some graphics celebrating the sheer amount of time spent watching the former national pastime. This one is going OVER.


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Introducing the Over/Under Blog: MLB Opening Day Edition

Welcome to a new feature on Price Per Head, The Over/Under Blog!

We’ll tackle weird sports headlines, drop gems from the gambling department, and keep you entertained along the way.

Our debut edition is all about MLB Opening Day!

Over/Under: Major League Baseball Wants Younger Fans

The average age of a baseball fan is 57. That’s the oldest in all of sports with NFL fans clocking in at 50 for second-oldest. The national pastime, understandably, wants Generation Z to fall in love with their product. Their plan is to speed up the game while also reducing the number of strikeouts. Baseball’s minor leagues are in the process of more radical changes, like instituting a pitch clock and limiting defensive shifts. If they really want younger fans they’ll let their players show personality and be unapologetically bold with their emotions. Until MLB lets stars like Fernando Tatis Jr. flip bats with no repercussions, we’re taking the UNDER. 

Over/Under: The League is Catching Up To Tampa

In 2019 the Tampa Bay Rays became the first professional sports team to go completely cashless. Turns out that was a good idea and now the rest of the world is catching up. While we’re not sure when Tampa, Florida became the trendsetter for public health and efficiency matters, we are glad to see that, according to Front Office Sports, at least 14 more teams are joining the cashless ranks in MLB. It’ll be great to see the whole league go cashless, so we’re smashing the OVER on this one.

Over/Under: Everyone Loves the Dodgers

The other city on top of the sports world (besides the aforementioned Tampa) is Los Angeles. The Dodgers are responsible for at least half of that celebratory vibe in L.A. and the plan is for the southern California super team to run it back in 2021. But the last time that happened was in 1999 when the New York Yankees repeated. Mookie Betts was 7 years old and if you were “cashless” in 1999 that just meant you didn’t have a job or you just got robbed. We’re going with the UNDER on the Dodgers repeating.

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