On Thursday night, some real A’s fans finally got a chance to catch a ballgame. Oakland may rank near the bottom of the league in average attendance, but that’s because the team only allows it’s four-legged friends to sit in the stands at the Coliseum one night a season. If they held Dog Day at the Park more often, maybe we’d see some more passion from fans like this bro you see in the video above.
That St. Bernard wasn’t having it. It may have taken him a few seconds to realize the dude who was petting him was a San Francisco Giants fan, but the important thing is he sprung into action when he figured out what was going on. Real A’s fans don’t care if their team isn’t even playing the Giants that day. The dog knew it was a rare opportunity for him to even be at the ballpark in general, and he wasn’t going to let a golden opportunity to put a rival fan in his place slip through his paws. The 842 dogs that filled this hockey arena aren’t fans — they just made a lot of noise. This St. Bernard showed everyone the meaning of true commitment.Google+
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