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The restaurant changed the channel from CNN to MLB Network at 6:38 p.m. But many customers seemed apathetic toward the Midsummer Classic, wholesale new era fitted hats china including several baseball fans.
Paul Kremsner and Michelle Thompson had their food wrapped up by 6:45 p.m. Both like baseball; cheap new era fitted hats wholesale in fact Thompson wore a Yankees hat.
But they planned to go to the movies during the game instead, most likely to see "Minions,'' Kremsner said.
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According to baseball-almanac.com, the All-Star Game averaged 11.26 million viewers from 2010-2014, with 11.3 million last year. The average from 2000-2009 was 14.16 million viewers, cheap fitted hats wholesale and 31.0 million viewers all the way back from 1972-79.
Aidan Coture, 21, sat with two friends. One wore a Yankees hat but said he didn't like baseball. In fact nobody at the table liked baseball.
"I don't like baseball," Coture said. "There are just more entertaining games. It's not exciting like football or basketball games."
Even one baseball-obsessed family in Buffalo Wild Wings missed the game. Joe and Louis Sgrizzi, ages 9 and 7, respectively, left the restaurant with their parents to watch their father's softball game.
Louis wore a Hudson Valley Renegades hat and his father, Paul, donned a Mets shirt.
Joe, whose favorite position to play is catcher, adores baseball. He turns on MLB Network every morning and watches a couple hours of baseball per day.
Joe Sgrizzi's favorite players are Matt Harvey, Juan Lagares, Jacob deGrom, Zack Wheeler, Mike Trout and Giancarlo Stanton.
All play for the Mets except the Angels' Trout and the Marlins' Stanton. If Joe were born a few decades earlier, blank fitted hats wholesale the All-Star Game might be one of his only chances to watch superstars such as Trout and Stanton.
The All-Star Game has taken on new meaning to fans, but the large selection of nationally televised games and highlights help the fan experience.
"What's nice about it now is it's not just about your hometown team," said Joe's mother, Bernadette Sgrizzi. "He can enjoy every single player in the game."
But high Yankees and Mets tickets prices prevent some parents from bringing their kids to games. "We go to minor league games; we'll watch on TV," Paul Sgrizzi said. "We're in New York. If you go to another small city, new era fitted hats wholesale it's not as expensive to go to a game."
Several customers arrived for the start of the game. By 7:30, Buffalo Wild Wings had filled to near capacity.
The All-Star Game then took up all the large-screen TVs. The Knicks' Summer League game fitted hats wholesale, Ultimate Fighting and CNN each played on two small screens.
Baseball dominated more discussion. Ian Haley and Nick Wise, both 20, discussed how they like the game deciding home-field advantage in the World Series.
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