Zombie Baseball

On May 7, 2012, my nephew Isaiah went to go see an Isotopes baseball game in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He went with his 3rd grade class, and his dad (my brother) Thomas. They apparently had a grip of fun. My brother has started keeping what he called a “scrapbook” (wow – I didn’t know he had it in ‘im- what a lil brother of an archivist) for their “famous” moments. These guys have been spotted out by professional photographers a few times. A couple years ago, they were featured in a brochure for Cliff’s Amusement Park. They didn’t realize they were on the brochure until they visited the park the following summer. What no free tickets?? They were even on posters and what not screamin’ on a ride- 2 much! Following is a newspaper article which was published in the Albuquerque Journal on May 8, 2012. According to the article there were 5,000 kids from 60 schools and over 10,000 people at the Isotopes game. How did these three little baseball lovin’ zombiez get spotted by the photographer?
Haha! 🙂  🙂

Zombiezaya (face painting by Have On Art). A few years back this same business featured Zaya on a brochure with a Spiderman face painting.

Isaiah and James with Orbit, the Albuquerque Isotopes’ mascot

The Pojo Zombiez enjoy some baseball

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