LOUIS DILULLO, 46
How many games do you go to a year?
Forty or 45. I work in Massachusetts, 40 miles from Fenway Park.
That’s a long way home.
When they lost to the Red Sox in Game 7 [of the 2004 ALCS], that was the longest ride home of my life.
What was it like at work the next day?
Not the next day—the next six months. It took ’em a year to calm down.
DENNIS MURRAY, 48
Any tips on how to get out of the parking lot quickly?
Well, it helps if you have a handicap pass.
Do you have one?
I’d really rather not say.
LAURENCE LEVI, 39, investment banker, with ISABEL LEVI, 7, and WILLIAM LEVI, 5
Do you bring your family often?
We went to our first Yankee game two weeks ago.
What was that like?
I was sure they’d get sick of it three innings in, but they didn’t want to leave. Their bedtime is like 8 p.m., and I was like, “Guys, we gotta go.” They totally went bananas.
Did they win that argument?
EDDIE BOISON, 49
How did you become the Cowbell Man?
I brought the cowbell in 1975. I happened to play in time with the rhythm of “Let’s go Mets,” and people started to applaud along with it.
Do you even know where your seat is?
No, I just buy the ticket and walk around.
JESSICA SALAZAR, 23
Who’s your favorite player?
I love his smile.
What about his baseball skills?
I don’t know much about that.
BRIAN WARD, 48
Do you always sell the same thing?
I’m from Chicago, and I sell beer there. Chicago tips the best. I’ve worked in sixteen different ballparks; my goal is to do all 30. Last year, I worked 172 games.
Are you married?
My wife is, like, really cool with it.