2nd inning

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

(Reader x Steve Rogers)

Word Count: 1171

Summary: The reader, a dodgers fan, is dating Steve, a Yankees fan. I’m surprised they’re still together.

Warnings: none

A/N: This was so much fun to write and I hope you guys enjoy this! Cute bois and baseball dates ftw

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1) You’re all awesome

2) Two max is about where I’m comfortable in work-social events. But those are usually in restaurant bars. I haven’t gone out to a ball game for hours on end with co-workers and bosses and boss-bosses.

3) @vanpocalypse Boss-Boss is pretty cool. Also admittedly a bit… frat boy might not be the best term, but I’ll stick with it. So I doubt they’ll get trashed, but they will likely outpace me.

4) And now it appears I’ll be driving my boss. We are carpooling. So now I’m definitely capped at 2, ending somewhere around the 2nd inning, and I also want to clean my car. And burn it. Then buy a new one.


Weeghman Park, April 23, 1914

Kansas City Federals (Packers) vs. Chicago Federals (Whales)

Final score: Chicago - 9, Kansas City - 1

Winning pitcher: Claude Hendrix, 9 IP, 1 R, 5 H, 3 BB, 3 SO

Losing pitcher: Chief Johnson, 2 IP, 4 R, 5 H, 1 BB, 1 SO

First batter: Chet Chadbourne, left field, Kansas City

First home run: Art Wilson, catcher, Chicago, 2nd inning

Attendance: 21,000

Time of game: 1:55


Top, outside of Weeghman Park, May 1914, courtesy chicagonow.com

Middle, Weeghman Park interior, May 1914, courtesy of wikimedia.org

Bottom, panoramic photo take from the left field corner on April 23, 1914, Weeghman Park opening day, courtesy of touyou.com

Game notes are courtesy of retrosheet.org