It’s Opening Day. Well, it was supposed to be anyway. Instead, we have #OpeningDayAtHome. Sigh.
We each have our own coping methods. Still, I’m thinking there are some general categories of quarantined baseball fans that capture many members of the #Birdland community.
Which of these types of quarantined O’s fan descriptions fits you best?
These days of self-quarantine have produced a debate about what qualifies as an essential service; however, no one’s questioning the value of grocery stores.As an Extra-O-vert, you can use that to your advantage.Get outside of the house, go to the grocery store, grab a cart and some frosty beverages, and make like the cart boys.
Ain’t the beer cold! 🍻 pic.twitter.com/yJsjvy2Jd7
— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) March 30, 2019
Don’t worry, people will be more than happy to keep a safe social distance from you while you celebrate. Ain’t the Beer Cold!
Most likely example: @editti22.
Crowds aren’t your thing, unless of course it’s at Camden Yards.As an Intr-O-vert, you’re content to grab some reading material, curl up in your favorite chair, and read about better days gone by while dreaming of glory days yet to come.
Maybe take a pass on Astroball for the time being.
Who doesn’t love the sights and smells of a ballpark? What you really love, though, is the sounds.Substitute the joys of an Orioles Radio broadcast with some classic O’s tunes and make the most of your days.
“Something magic happens ….”
Most likely example: @SamAbate
You started your day with a simple YouTube search for the Delmon Young double. Who can possibly wait until the afternoon to see it on the MLB Livestream?
Hours later, you’ve watched official highlights from every O’s postseason victory, endless homemade fan tributes, and feature packages.
If you can’t be at Boog’s day, you may as well watch “Boog Powell meets the A’s Boog Powell,” right?
Most likely example: @AlainnFocail