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Puffing in the 2012 Baseball Playoffs

Putting a Wrapper on the Season that Was with Our Guide to Smoking in MLB's Playoff Cities
Alejandro Benes
Posted: October 4, 2012

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And now, ladies and gentlemen, your Texas Rangers. What can you say about this team? It’s great except when it comes to closing things out. Beltre, Josh Hamilton, Michael Young. They batter the ball. They pitch well. Fielding might be more than a little suspect. I’m thinking the Rangers could make the World Series again, but they’re going to have to play better than they did in September, or in Oakland, to win in October.

In the wild card play-in game, the Rangers likely beat the Orioles, but this is a dangerous pick because the mindset of the Rangers is hard to gauge right now. The winner of that game plays the Yankees. The Yanks beat the Rangers. The A’s beat Detroit. The Yankees beat the A’s.

WORLD SERIES

Yankees lose to the Reds.

Where to Smoke in the Playoff Cities

Okay, this is the important part. Please call each place you plan on visiting to confirm their hours. If you know of better places, or more, let us know.

American League Cities
Arlington, Texas
Perfecto Cigar Shop & Lounge
(extended hours on game days)
306 Lincoln Square (close to the stadium)
817.277.9861

Baltimore, Maryland

Bobby’s Jazz Club & Cigar Bar (closest to Camden Yards; smoking allowed on patio)
1140 S. Paca St.
410.545.0610
Wednesday to Saturday: 5 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
Closed Sunday to Tuesday

Sullivan’s Steakhouse, Inner Harbor (smoke on the patio)
1 E Pratt St
410.962.5503


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Alejandro Benes — Newbury Park, CA, USA,  —  October 11, 2012 2:44pm ET

As usual, my predictions are working out REALLY well. NOT!


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