Which is probably true. I haven't been to a ball game in the states since I went to see the Reading Phillies and left my copy of Foundation under my seat (that's all I remember about the game), so I'm not the best person to compare the two. What's different? In a nutshell:
- Loads of potential IP infringement with reappropriated songs from Lady Gaga, Chubby Checker, The Beach Boys, DJ DOC, whoever wrote "It's a Small World After All," and probably others.
- Extremely organized cheering.
- I mean extremely organized cheering. Old news to people in Korea reading this, but for family back home: each player has his own cheer, which is some famous song with the lyrics altered and the player's name thrown in. There are speakers and a guy leading the hand motions and everything. You also only cheer (for the most part) when your team is at bat.
- (From what I could tell from the Koreans around us) a lot less hate on the umpires.
Half the fun for me was watching everyone else in the stadium, less so the game. That said, we had pretty decent seats along the third base line so there was a good view of the action if I wanted to watch.
I'd go again—with a camera this time—but we'll see if I have the chance before I go home!