Fans of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim were able to set a new world record last night for the largest gathering of people wearing costumed masks.
It’s safe to assume that hiding their faces was at least in part motivated by the shame felt by the fan base after trading for Vernon Wells. Or perhaps just starting second baseman Howie Kendrick in left field, after Wells was placed on the Disabled List.
Either way, the Angels fans could proudly show their faces once again after their team beat the struggling Chicago White Sox 6-2. Fortunately, Kendrick didn’t get a single ball hit to him.