Atlantic League All Star Game in Camden: Top things to do while at the game

    On Wednesday, the Camden Riversharks will host the 2012 Atlantic League All-Star Game at 7:05 p.m. at Campbell’s Field.

    Check out our list of the top five things baseball fans do while at the stadium.

    On Wednesday, the Camden Riversharks will host the 2012 Atlantic League All-Star Game at 7:05 p.m. at Campbell’s Field.

    The game features a full list of events that start as early as 2 p.m. in Camden, including a pre-game block party and amusements.

    When at the stadium, is there a certain way you like to take in a baseball game? Do you keep score, arrive early for batting practice?Tell us in the comments below.

    This year, the Riversharks are offering fans the unique opportunity to watch the “Legends v. Champions” celebrity softball game. ESPN NFL Analyst Ron Jaworski and former Phillies manager and MLB Network Analyst Larry Bowa will co-captain the game.

    “I am so excited to work with Larry and our celebrity friends to raise funds for two important causes,” Jaworski told the team’s website back in December.

    The “Legends v. Champions” celebrity softball game will benefit area non-profits Jaws Youth Playbook and the Kisses for Kyle Foundation.

    Whether it’s the events before the big game or the game itself, we’re wondering what your favorite baseball traditions include? Do you like to go to the game early to see the baselines painted on the field? Do you enjoy a hot dog during a particular time of the game?

    Below, we’ve put together our top five traditions. Add to our list in the comments below.

    Getting to the game early to get an autograph
    Peanuts and a hot dog
    Keeping score during the game
    Bringing along a glove in hope of catching a fly ball…or a home run!
    Rally caps! (When needed)

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