Via yelp user Mark L.
Of course, where there are cows, there are cowbells. The team plays the famous Christopher Walken (now 20 years old!) before games, sells cowbells in its store, sometimes gives them out to fans, and for two years has laid claim an important piece of cowbell Americana.
“We have America’s largest cowbell on our pasture,” Gearin said. “We added that in 2018. We called it the year of the cowbell.”
You’ll know you’re listening to a Rawhide 十大玩彩信誉平台 game when you hear that distinctive ringing in your ears. As a broadcaster, Gearin has been told that she should turn down the crowd noise by people who assume all the clanging must be fake.
“If you listen to the championship call, there’s so many cowbells,” Gearin sainid. “We gave them away to every single fan. We know it annoys the opposing team.”
While the landscape of minor league baseball identities has changed drastically in the last decade, the Rawhide brand has remained fundamentally unchanged since its debut in 2009. It’s no surprise that one of the longest-tenured franchises in the minors playing in one of the country’s oldest stadiums would have a steadfast, serious brand.
We’re all missing minor league baseball right now, and when it comes back in 2021 (probably), the only prescription in Visalia will be more cowbell.