While it would take several Lambeau Fields to hold a meeting of the Packers' 363,948 shareholders — that's the real number of people who own stock, which has no monetary value, in the team — the usual turnout is about 12,000 to 14,000.
That was the approximate crowd Tuesday at Lambeau for the annual shareholders meeting, which included nothing special on the agenda but did reveal an unusual sight via a photo on Twitter: two fans clad in Vikings jerseys (one very clearly a No. 84) in the midst of all the Packers backers.
I'm not sure if they lost a bet or are just Minnesota heroes.
That can't be right Remember how awful Kendrys Morales was for the Twins last year? He's with the Royals now and tied for the AL RBI lead (68).
They're not like us A's relief pitcher Sean Doolittle has a secret compartment in his vehicle that he uses for stashing burritos.