2. Go to a concert at the Recher Theater in Towson. There are a lot of fun places to listen to live music in this area, but none fit the criteria of "dive bar" better than the Recher. (And that's a compliment. Dive bars rule.) Since you're like 6 feet 5, you won't even need to shove your way to the front to enjoy the show, unless you want to, of course. Sure, a lot of your teammates are going to want to take you to places to meet girls, and that's cool. Power Plant and Federal Hill and Fells Point have a diverse selection of skanks that would love to meet you and try to marry you, but sometimes a man just needs to hear some real rock 'n roll in a tiny, overcrowded venue where people step on your shoes and spill beer on your shirt. I saw Drive-By Truckers here recently and they absolutely rocked. My wife saw Wilco here right before Yankee Hotel Foxtrot came out. Gaslight Anthem just had a show here. I might make it my personal mission to make sure you don't have terrible at-bat music this year, especially since I plan on listening to it for the next 15 to 18 years. (And maybe longer if the O's move you to first after your knees give out.) Might I suggest the Old 97s show on June 27? This isn't that far from my house, so if you want to car pool, let me know. Maybe we can even talk Michael Phelps into coming, since his mom lives in Rodgers Forge. With Phelps in training for the World Championships, and having learned some hard lessons from his "youthful mistakes," maybe he'll even agree to be our designated driver.