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Important Update: Have a look at the weird logo on this kid’s hat. I’m calling Photoshopped and totally fake. Of course, not until @spiff21 pointed it out. But still… I’m thinking he’s right.

Possibly Not Fake Update the Second: After the jump!

Not that I’d ever want to do anything that might bring the hammer down on respectable adults consuming alcoholic beverages at the baseball game– and, seeing how the Jays tried to handle their fighting problem this week, I’m not sure that they wouldn’t be entirely in favour of some kind of pointless, ineffective, draconian measures that only really serve to punish the vast majority of fans who are responsible– but… um… I think¬†you might want to check the ID on this kid who was spotted at the Home Opener, as pointed out by SportsGrid.

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Instead of pissing and moaning, as usual, I would love be writing a post today about how the Jays have finally devised a sensible plan for limiting the tendency of fans at Rogers Centre to provoke multiple mini-donnybrooks in the upper deck during home openers. Shit, I’d even love to say that there probably really isn’t anything close to resembling a perfect solution to this problem– and let’s be straight, while this is admittedly a blog that isn’t unfriendly to the drink, we’re also fervently against dumbass violence, and the kind of moronic behaviour that incites it, so yes, these Opening Day Dickheads are, indeed a problem.

Unfortunately, today I have to write a post about how the Jays, as usual, have devised a solution with all the elegance of Roger Clemens getting shot in the ass with nandrolone in the SkyDome hotel– and none of the usefulness.

As reported by Colin Freeze of the Globe and Mail, at tonight’s home opener, if you had the misfortune of being broke-, cheap-, or late-enough to only be able to sit in the 500s, you’ll be limited to getting just one beer at a time from the beer carts that are already a giant clusterfuck during sellout games.

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