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Telling Paperback or Softback Winik, Marion. New Paperback or Softback Quantity Available: New Quantity Available: 5. The fireworks are a big crowd pleaser and help to draw a large number of fans to weekend games. The younger fans, however, are not always amused.
The first flash of light causes numerous little eyes to be squeezed shut. After the accompanying bang, hands fly up to cover little ears. With the next few flashes and bangs, the tears start to flow and the screaming begins.
This is a scene that I have witnessed more than a few times while watching young Phillies fans during a fireworks show. I must be completely honest, when I was young and coming to Reading Phillies games, I was not a fan of the fireworks. I did not enjoy the flashes of light or the loud noise. I would close my eyes and cover my ears in the exact same manner I see young fans reacting each summer.
At the end of the day, while I do get a small dose of amusement watching young fans during fireworks, I also sympathize with them. I was in their position once and I know how scary fireworks can be. As players and coaches continue to prepare for the upcoming season, it is hard to believe that opening day is only two months away.