Last year, the White Sox unveiled the K-Zone. On days when Chris Sale pitched, the Sox offered a special section in the left field corner where fans would get a K-Zone T-Shirt and a K-Zone K-Card included with the ticket price.
This year, the White Sox added the Shark Cage — a similar concept for games started by Jeff “Shark” Samardzija. The Shark Cage featured a cap instead of a T-Shirt and the K-Card was shaped like a shark’s fin.
Last week, the Houston Astros unveiled Keuchel’s Korner. Dallas Keuchel, who is scheduled to pitch tonight, is a left-handed, bearded, starting pitcher in his 4th year for the Astros and having an impressive season — 9-3 record with a 2.17 ERA. Fans sitting in Keuchel’s Korner receive an orange T-Shirt and a fake beard.
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Here’s a krowd shot from last week.