You know you’ve seen them all. Any additions?
By far the most common character, Bleacher Creatures are relegated to â€“ you guessed it â€“ the bleachers. Theyâ€™ll be a well-known fixture of team spirit with signs, drums, and secret dance moves for specific players. They encourage and embrace new Creatures; but for the love of a freshly mowed field, donâ€™t approach unless youâ€™re a diehard yourself.
This guy (may also come in gal form) is there to be SEEN. They may or may not have any clue as to whatâ€™s occurring on the field below. Even if a fan, theyâ€™re not watching the game. Theyâ€™re noshing on gourmet fare and foreign beers up in a suite. The slightly bemused casually dressed person Business Guy is glommed onto can be assumed to be a potential or prospective customer.
This â€¨character thinks nothing of downing as many $8 beers as possible. Plus one. Because who needs to remember a game when thereâ€™s beer! YEAH BRAH! Watch your feet â€“ the Drunk Moron is often intoxicated enough to pee at your feet. Heâ€™s also hitting on every female in site (albeit with special attention to the beer vendors).
Drunk Woo Girl
She is the female version of the Drunk Moron. But theyâ€™re not often seen together. Drunk Woo Girl has had approximately three beers and one pretzel. (Omigawd â€“ carbs!) You can find her draped over barriers screaming â€œWOOOOOâ€ in no particular direction and no particular moment in the game. She has no firm team allegiance, just a fine appreciation for those wearing baseball pants.
This character will squeal over a Rookie A-ball player batting .143. Jersey Chaser can be found at a major league ballpark wearing a pastel t-shirt version of the teamâ€™s colors â€“ with PINK emblazoned across her chest, giggling and with a beer. These girls typically come in pairs. Unlike Drunk Woo Girlâ€™s appreciation for the baseball pants, Jersey Chaser simply wants in them.
This character does not believe in sunscreen. Lobster can be found wearing jorts and a tucked-in wife beater. On hot game days, he is bright red with second-degree burns caused by the sun and reflection off plastic stadium seats. On cold game nights Lobster will be wearing the same outfit. But more reminiscent of a pre-cooked blue lobster as their body tries to pull heat from the exterior sunburn.
Wrinkled and crinkled, I have my suspicions that Long-time Fan was a Lobster in their youth. This character has attended every home game since their team moved into the stadium. steadfastly keeping score the old-fashioned way. You can notice Long-time Fan by the memorabilia adorning their person, topped with a hat marked with a pin to commemorate every playoff appearance. Fiercely loyal to their team and season tickets, Long-time fan likely has their actual seats from a ballpark renovation in their living room â€“ for away games of course.
This character believes it is his personal mission to bestow the energy to perform upon the players, while distracting the opponents. With amped vocal cords tuned to 11 (because that is one more than the din of stadium 10), Loudmouthâ€™s vocabulary consists primarily of â€œTHATâ€™S RIGHT [player name]! GOOD EYEâ€ â€œYOU SUCK. YOU’RE A BUM!â€ and â€œGOOD GAME GUYS â€“ HEY UMP YOU SHOULD TRY WATCHING IT!â€
The most obvious character, Opponent Fan will be clad in the home teamâ€™s rival paraphernalia. They can be found wandering the stadium bleating about their superiority, sometimes sincerely concerned for the well being of humanity in that not everyone supports their team. They are most noticeable when their team is outperforming the home team. (When Opponent Fan combines with Drunk Moron, they are often seen in the company of law enforcement.)
Star Struck Little Leaguer
The cutest of the characters â€“ this person is typically between the ages of 8-10. Theyâ€™ll be in uniform, likely a t-shirt with a team name like â€œLEGAL BEAGLESâ€ silkscreened across the back. With a hat slightly too large and knocked askew, the Star Struck Little Leaguer can be found precariously perching over the dugout wall clutching a ball and Sharpie in one hand because they refuse to take their glove off the other. Their attention can only be diverted by the Cotton Candy vendor. And with that much sugar, all bets are off.