Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Suddenly, The Insurance Fraud Theory Doesn't Seem That Ridiculous Anymore

Buried inside the LA Times' Metro Extra section was this tidbit about a SECOND fire at Dodger Stadium this weekend:

A second small fire broke out Monday morning in the same Dodger Stadium storage shed that caught fire Saturday night during a baseball game, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

The latest fire was reported around 5 a.m. and was put out within a few minutes, the LAFD said. The cause of the blaze was not immediately clear.

On Saturday night, it took firefighters about 20 minutes to put out a fire involving paper products in a storage room at the stadium. That fire occurred while the Dodgers were playing the Florida Marlins.

Come on, Frank. Arson? Surely you haven't sunk this low. (Though maybe there's an interesting rope ladder promotional giveaway opportunity (only for the first 15,000 fans 350 lbs or lighter (likely to be set, by Drew McCourt, to coincide with half-price food and drink day))...)

Make sure you know your escape routes, Dodger fans!


Steve Sax said...

SoSG Orel vaults upward to fourth place in the fantasy baseball standings!

Just like the Dodgers! On a roll!

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