I've only been to one game....a shame really, I know. But it's a pretty important game.
April 19th, 2008 against Georgia. The Tigers were 23-15 (6-10) going into the game, and it looked to be a pretty bad season.
Most of the game was pretty terrible. Going into the bottom of the 8th, we were down 8-1. Dad wasn't too happy because he wanted to bring his kids to watch the Tigers win during their last year in Old Alex Box.
However, while I was only there for one game, I witnessed the magic of Alex Box. A seven run eighth inning tied it up! I've been to several Astros and other pro baseball games before, but that was definitely the most exciting atmosphere for baseball I've ever been a part of.
We ended up losing after Georgia scored in the ninth, but something special happened. The next day, LSU and Georgia tied 10-10, and LSU never lost in Alex Box Stadium again until Game 1 of the Super Regionals.
So I was there for the last regular season loss in Alex Box
ETA: just looked it up, and apparently the actual attendance was 3,766, so I may have exaggerated the atmosphere in my mind
. It was still the most exciting baseball game I've ever been to at the time, though.
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