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Little did I know that he was going to end up being this amazing guy." (*The amazing guy, a 33-year-old who works in the Dodgers' front office, is a little wary of admitting to the guys that he went on Match.com, so for the sake of the story, he's "Dan" and she's "Maggie.") "He doesn't really want people at work knowing he was on the site," Maggie says, laughing."Some people in the office already give him a little grief for dating a Cardinals fan, but I think his friends are just happy he's with another baseball fan." Even though Dan works for the Dodgers, he's actually an A's and Giants fan, owing to his Bay Area roots.(And, surprise, surprise, the New York Yankees badge is the most popular one on the site.) Right around the same time the MLB Singles page hit the web, so did Packers Backers, a site that aims to pair up Cheeseheads looking for love.According to the home page, about 2,600 Packers fans have signed up, but the site didn't respond to requests for updated statistics or potential success stories.
To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.There's enough action on the field to give you something to talk about or fill the awkward silences, but it's not too loud or frenetic, so conversation can flow. "I'm like, 'Can we just eat hot dogs and watch baseball?You've got the sun above you, beer and hot dogs in hand, and a couple of hours to kill, usually enough time to determine if you'd like to play tonsil hockey with this person sometime down the road. ' It's kind of a big hang-up, because it's hard, especially in L. "A lot of guys find it intimidating when a girl is rattling off statistics and they're clueless, so I've learned from past experience that that doesn't always work out that well." Maggie grew up in St. Louis Cardinals fan Maggie* was dying for that perfect first date, but she was having a heck of a time trying to track down a guy willing to watch an entire baseball game.Louis watching the Cardinals with her grandfather, who once threw a no-hitter as a member of the St. "I spent every summer with my grandfather on the lake," she says. I was just raised on it, it's in my blood." So when a banner ad reading, "Meet other singles in your area who like baseball" popped up on her MLB. She clicked on it and ended up on the "MLB Singles, powered by Match.com" landing page.
"There's still always room for more butts in the seats." Of course, helping two baseball fans find lasting love is a nice bonus, right? She went on a lot of first dates with guys she met on the site, but only one or two second dates.