San Francisco Giants Opening Day 2011 w/ Plácido Domingo

Dodgers Stadium – Los Angeles, CA

Words/Photos by Reverend Justito

 

As a lifelong Giants fan living in Los Angeles, there was no way in hell I was missing the 2010 defending champs kick off their title defense at Chavez Latrine. While I wish the final score had been more favorable, the one bright point of the game is that we can now add a Plácido Domingo tag to Concert Confessions.

 

So here is video and a few photos from the game yesterday. As you may recall, this is not the first time I have submitted a review from Chavez Latrine. In fact, the only thing more pathetic then the 2010 Dodgers was the appearance of Santana’s son before a heated inter-league match up with the Detroit Tigers.

Within our family of review technicians here at Concert Confessions, we have two Cardinals fans, one Yankees fan, one Red Sox fan, one (perhaps two) Mariners fans and of course one Giants fan. So no matter who you root for (even if it’s the dreaded Dodgers) baseball is back. Happy Opening Day from everyone at Concert Confessions.


A direct descendant of the outlaw Jesse James and star of a 1983 Kilpatricks Bread radio commercial, Reverend Justito has taken his gift of ADHD and put it to good use by creating one of a kind concert reviews. A bootlegger at heart, the man lives off Whiskey, Taco Bell and the love of San Francisco sports teams.
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Friday, April 1st, 2011 at 9:23 am.
Categories: Reviews.

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