Old Lady Pirates Fan Crashes San Francisco Giants Dugout


Oct 1, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; The Pittsburgh Pirates stand for the National Anthem prior to the 2014 National League Wild Card playoff baseball game against the San Francisco Giants at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The San Francisco Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates were battling a scoreless first three innings.  The San Francisco Giants dugout is rather easy to recognize.  It’s the dugout that has the players not wearing the black jerseys.  The San Francisco Giants dugout has Hunter Pence in it, Bruce Bochy, other random players like Brandon Crawford–who some females find attractive.

Crawford wasn’t popular with Pirates fans.  The Giants shortstop slugged an Edinson Volquez 1-2 pitch over the Clemente wall into the right field seats for a grand slam that staked the Giants to a 4-0 lead.  But back to the important matter at hand.

For years females have been trying to attract the attention of Major League Baseball players.  Maybe an autograph.  Maybe a note sent to a hottie in the stands by a batboy.  You know, you have all seen it. But perhaps there is a better approach.  One that was much more effective last night during the NL Wild Card game.  If you want to get up close and personal with big league players, you know, like those that apparently the San Francisco Giants have–all you need to do is get an old ladies costume.  Or…just be an old laady.  The perplexed look on the security guards face is awesome.