Found June 10, 2012 on dodgerfan.net:
While I could talk about how the Dodgers won today’s game against the Mariners 8-3 (Kershaw striking out 12 in seven innings; Hairston driving in a career-high five runs), today’s game was notable for a different reason. I’ve been to Dodger road games before, but today’s game was different in a really special way: the fans.  Maybe it was because this was the Dodgers first trip to Seattle in 10 years.  Maybe it was just interleague play.  Whatever the reason, Dodger fans represented today, and in droves.  It easily felt like (and I’m not exaggerating here) one third of the crowd was rooting for the Dodgers – and nearly all of those were decked out in Dodger Blue.  Take a look at my photo to see what I’m talking about. It even felt like a Dodger home game at Chavez Ravine: the eruption for Hairston’s three-run home run in the top of the first inning was so loud, my buddy who was late to the game thought the Mariners must have scored.  There were beach balls rolling through the crowd. ...
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