A Double-A affiliates of the Los Angeles Dodgers and winners of the 2009 Larry MacPhail Trophy for inventive promotional efforts in the community, the Lookouts induce crackerjack-tossing cheers thanks to a skilled roster of battle-ready bat-and-glove brandishers. Longball-lovers can witness the home-run swing of right-fielder Kyle Russell or cheer for the base-stealing antics of shortstop Elian Herrera. Settle into an up-close lower-box seat (the seating areas in green) at scenic AT&T Field, where guests can absorb views of the surrounding greenery and use their souvenir program to call out the opposing first baseman's credit score.
As the official store of the Tennesse Titans, Titans Locker Room is a one-stop shop for apparel and accessories. Don a Pro-Bowler guise with a personalized jersey ($79-$99) or other authentic player apparel for men, women and Titan tykes. Get in the game with second-season sideline gear like hats ($22–$25) and sweatshirts ($89). Couch coaches can dress like head football guru Jeff Fisher sans his usual chainmail and astronaut boots with the basic polo($39) or travel back in time with the ladies’ retro hooded tee ($42). Outfit tiny Titanites in the infant Chris Johnson jersey ($40), and watch them produce the game-winning snore during this afternoon’s nap.
Deftly captained by Olympian and All-Star Shea Weber, the Nashville Predators look to achieve further glory after the franchise's first trip to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs last season. The Predators will look to boost their Central Division standings with a duel against the struggling Blue Jackets before taking on the Oilers, testing the team's mettle with on-ice dexterity and by dropping fiendishly difficult Sudoku puzzles in their penalty boxes. Games will take place at the Bridgestone Arena, equipped with a newly installed megatron that delights eyes with high-definition replays. The facility also boasts more than 17,000 seats, ensuring plenty of space for cheering fans and marionettes approximating the human action of cheering.
In their 85th season, the Harlem Globetrotters have entertained millions of parents, children, and general basketball admirers with a unique brand of athletic precision and showmanship. For their latest 4 Times the Fun North American tour, the Globetrotters will add new 4-point shot spots located 35 feet from the basket, which is 12 feet farther than the official 3-point line but several thousand miles closer than the prime meridian.