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April 21, 2008


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Meri Ann Mason

Well, I call it Frosty Malt Magic. Basically, since 1981 every Royals game I go to I have a Frosty malt between the 4th and 5th inning. The Royals have won close to 85% of the games I go to. We have come back and beat the Yankees four times, the Cleveland Indians in the bottom of the 8th down 0-8 (the yr the Indians won the pennant,) the Cardinals after Mark McGwire hit a 2 run homerun, and many others. One season (when we weren’t winning very many) we won 11 of the 13 games I attended.
At first people are skeptical, until they see the magic first hand. Each game the magic plays out a little differently. One game we were hitless until I ordered the malt (base hit), by the time I took the first bite we had two men on. Another game, as soon as I took my first bite we hit a homerun. There are times the magic doesn’t happen until later in the game but it will happen. The most the magic worked was the Cleveland game. We were down by eight runs. My friends asked if we could leave early around the top of the 8th. I said no I had my frosty malt, the magic will happen. Of course, they continued to talk about the fact that Cleveland was in first place and we basically weren’t. In the bottom of the 8th, Cleveland went through @five pitchers, and we scored ten runs. Once again Frosty Malt Magic strikes again!
There is nothing better than the cold, chocolate creamy taste of the ball park Frosty Malt while watching your favorite team! I have even stocked some in my own freezer. It works about the same percentage at home too.

Allan Gale

I was at a Detroit Tigers game yesterday, and was dismayed that Comerica Park vendors do not sell Frosty Malts. I remember when you could get them at Tigers' games. Even got them "up North" at the 7-11 in Charlevoix, Michigan. Research shows that United Dairy Farmers of Cincinnatti makes them. Would love to find a place in Michigan to purchase some.
Allan Gale
West Bloomfield, MI

Clay Eals

Good to see your post with the Trib clip mentioning Steve Goodman. He often doesn't get his due. You might be interested in my 800-page biography, "Steve Goodman: Facing the Music." The book delves deeply into the genesis of Goodman's "A Dying Cub Fan's Last Request" and its semi-sequel, "Go, Cubs, Go."

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