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MLB All-Star Drinking Game v2.0

The All-Star Game Drinking Game Yankee Stadium Edition

Separate into two teams, National League and American League. If you can’t decide, the older drinkers are the National League and the younger ones are the junior circuit.

Team Rules

One sip for every time a new player enters the game.

One sip every time your team gets an out.

Two sips for every nice catch. (Multiple replays)

Two sips if your pitcher tops 100mph on the radar gun.

Two sips if your pitcher doesn’t reach 60mph on the radar gun.

One sip when your pitcher throws to a base instead of pitching. Double the amount of sips if he throws over twice in a row. Keep doubling per throw until the pitcher throws home.

One sip every time a batter on your team walks.

One sip for each pitch above six a batter on your team sees in at-bat.

One sip if a batter on your team gets hit. Two more sips if it’s bigger than a single. Take a shot if it’s a grand slam.

One sip for every opposing player’s error.

One sip when your team steals a base. Five sips if it’s home plate.

Universal Yankee Stadium Rules

One sip for every clip of a past All-Star Game. Two if it’s a Yankee Stadium All-Star Game.

One sip for every mention of Babe Ruth.

One sip for every shot of the new Yankee Stadium.

One sip for a reference to any of the Yankees on the 1977 All-Star Team. (Goose Gossage, Thurman Munson, Reggie Jackson, Sparky Lyle, Graig Nettles and Willie Randolph)

One sip for every reference of 26 World Championships.

Three sips for a mention of a Mets player other than David Wright or Billy Wagner.

Three sips for a mention of Shea Stadium.

Three sips for a mention of Citi Field.

One sip for every shot of Monument Park.

One sip for every mention of Joe Morgan, two sips if they show a clip of his home run in the 1977 All-Star Game.

January 1st, 2007 by 6th Floor Blog in Uncategorized
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MLB All-Star Drinking Game v1.0

The All-Star Game Drinking Game

Separate into two teams, National League and American League. If you can’t decide, the older drinkers are the National League and the younger ones are the junior circuit.

Team Rules (only drink when these apply to your team)
Two drinks for every time a new player enters the game.

One drink every time your team gets an out. Three drinks if it’s a double play. Six if it’s a triple play.

Two drinks for every nice catch. (Multiple replays)

Two drinks every time your pitcher strikes out a batter.

Two drinks if your pitcher tops 100mph on the radar gun.

Two drinks if your pitcher doesn’t reach 60mph on the radar gun.

One drink when your pitcher gets ahead in the count. (0-1,1-2)

One drink when your pitcher throws to a base instead of pitching. Double the amount of drinks if he throws over twice in a row. Keep doubling per throw until the pitcher throws home.

One drink every time a batter on your team walks.

One drink for each pitch above six a batter on your team sees in at-bat.

Two drinks if a batter on your team gets hit.

Two drinks for every opposing player’s error.

Two drinks when your team steals a base. Five drinks if it’s home plate.

One drink every time your team gets a hit equal to the amount of bases the hitter advances. Add a drink if they get any RBIs on the hit. Add a drink if it’s an infield hit.

Four drinks if your team hits a home run. Eight if it’s a Splash home run. 12 if It’s Barry Bonds. Finish your drink if Willie McCovey catches the ball.

Universal (everyone drinks for these)

Two drinks every time someone on tv mentions home field advantage.

One drinks every time someone on tv mentions Barry Bonds chasing Aaron’s home run record.

Two drinks if someone states an opinion on whether Bud Selig or Hank Aaron should be in attendance when Bonds breaks/ties the record.

Two drinks if a fan makes a great catch on a foul (or fair) ball.

One drink every time they show a non-baseball celebrity in the crowd.

One drink for every replay of a close play at the base.

One drink per commercial.(Just to keep the drinks flowing)

One drink for every shot of the San Francisco area that doesn’t include the ballpark. Two drinks if they show McAfee Coliseum.

One drink for every clip of a past All-Star Game.

January 1st, 2007 by Sara in Uncategorized
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