Forces of nature

The action needs to take place al fresco for the environment to get in the way, so it's a worry typically reserved for sporting events. The Fog Bowl, the Snow Bowl, the Mud Bowl... all kinds of bowls, really. But worse than any kind of atmospheric issue was the 2007 AL playoff game between the New York Yankees and the Cleveland Indians where millions of bugs descended on the field, ruining the Yankees' chance at winning and grossing out everyone watching in the process.
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The action needs to take place al fresco for the environment to get in the way, so it's a worry typically reserved for sporting events. The Fog Bowl, the Snow Bowl, the Mud Bowl... all kinds of bowls, really. But worse than any kind of atmospheric issue was the 2007 AL playoff game between the New York Yankees and the Cleveland Indians where millions of bugs descended on the field, ruining the Yankees' chance at winning and grossing out everyone watching in the process.

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