bleacherite

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bleacherite

(ˈbliːtʃəˌraɪt)
n
US someone who sits in the bleachers at a sports stadium
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Each time he came to bat the crowd roared, and when he went back to left field each inning the bleacherites gave him added applause," wrote the Evening Bulletin.
When he was at the plate this time, there was a commotion, an indication to the bleacherites that something unusual was going on.
12) On this occasion, "Chief" Pinnance received a second nickname, which mocked the pronunciation of his last name: "As soon as Pinnance stepped to the rubber he was christened `Peanuts' by the bleacherites and this name will probably stick to him for all time.
Donlin returned to the Giants for the 1908 season, and huge ovations greeted him at the home opener, with the bleacherites yelling "Oh you Mabel's Mike
44) In July 1960, Chicago police arrested 20 bleacherites in a gambling raid at Wrigley Field.
The play concerns the antics of eight dedicated baseball bleacherites at Wrigley Field, who spend the eternal afternoons in God's sun, betting, kibbitzing, and kvetching about the action on the field.
Because the script involves an endless roundelay of bets on various aspects of the game unfolding before the eyes of the bleacherites, the Major Leagues decided that they did not want to be associated with the movie and ruled out the use of the Cubs and Wrigley Field.
These changes serve only to reduce the whimsy and humanity of the bleacherites.
The original script and its 1979 PBS production concentrated solely on the eight bleacherites, who directly faced the camera.
Darkness was already encroaching the ballpark as bleacherites poured onto the field, angry at plate ump Frank Wilson for not calling the game.
And at the end there was so much surplus exuberance that the bleacherites indulged in a merry cushion fight all through the concluding inning by way of celebration.
The visiting team was the first to make its appearance and went through its preliminary practice amid the good-natured guying of the bleacherites, while the champions kept modestly out of sight down by the clubhouse.