In a remarkable turn of events 36,218 baseball fans were able to walk out of the Ballpark at Arlington alive after yesterday’s Rangers Game against the Angels. “We’re not sure how that happened,” said Vic Timm, Assistant Director of Baseball Operations for the Rangers. According to Timm, “Last February, one of our interns came up with the idea of , Fall to Your Death Nights, which had been working pretty well up to yesterday.” “Somehow or other, everyone got out alive yesterday, and frankly, we are a bit disappointed,” he added. “In fact, we are considering a refund to our fans, along with an apology for the lack of carnage at the stadium.” I’m not going to say for sure but, there is a pretty good chance we won’t be having this promotion any longer.”
“In fact we already have a new idea in the works for next season called Waterboarding Night,” said Timm.