And opponent's right fielders are in for a long day of taunts so brutal that it wouldn't surprise me at all if they went back to the dugout and cried.
Before the world's first nuclear weapons test, the scientists who created the atom bomb debated whether the explosion might be so powerful that it would ignite the atmosphere and destroy life on Earth. Robert Oppenheimer — who would later be appointed the leader of the team making the bomb — was so concerned that he even took his concerns to Arthur Compton, a fellow Nobel laureate and one of the key members of the team."It would be the ultimate catastrophe," Compton recalled years later, according to Scientific American.
Fueled by massive quantities of beer (they have been known to sneak kegs into the stadium), their antics are the stuff of spectator legend.The new stadiums for the Eagles and Phillies don't have an equivalent of the 700 level at the Vet, they just allowed its former patrons to spread out around the entire stadium. From the roll call to the profanity laden chants, who's better than the Yankee Stadium "Bleacher Creatures"?