The Freddies Visit the "The Friendly Confines", Wrigley Field in Chicago
On Sunday, September 13, 1998, Freddy T. Nee, Dafoy, and Honorary Freddy Bruce went to Wrigley Field in Chicago to watch the Chicago Cubs play the Milwaukee Brewers. They were in town for a convention and were fortunate enough to snag some tickets to go to the game. Sammy Sosa (or as the Freddies call him, Shammee Soshasha) hit his sixty-first and sixty-second home runs that day with Dafoy, Freddy, Bruce, and over 40 thousand other fans in attendance. Below are some of the pictures taken of Freddy T. Nee, Dafoy, Bruce, and Sammy Sosa documenting this incredible outing. Of course, it goes without saying that the reason that Sammy Sosa hit home runs #61 and #62 that day was because Freddy T. Nee was in attendance. Freddy spent the entire game in his own seat. Now, most people would call Freddy's seat a cup holder, but according to Freddy, it was definitely a seat and not a cup-holder.
Scott Spiezio of the Oakland Athletics was so proud of the Freddies that he signed a baseball card to them, which is included below.
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