10 Unbreakable Rules for a Diehard MLB Fan

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10 Unbreakable Rules for a Diehard MLB Fan
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Josh Hamilton's return to Texas was a forgettable experience for the 2010 AL MVP.

When it comes to Major League Baseball, you will often hear a lot about the "unwritten rules of the game" that teams and players shouldn't break on the field. Things like not stealing an opponent's signs, or don't steal a base when your team has a big lead late in a game. 

But those are the rules that apply to the on-field action. What about the things that the fans do in the stands?

Look, being a fan is an easy gig but it can also be incredibly painful. You dedicate yourself to a team and its players, unless you are in Miami because you know the owner has no intention of doing anything for you after your money gets him a new stadium, and all you want is to see them succeed. 

There is a lot more that goes into a baseball team than just being able to compete. If there weren't, everyone would be in the playoff mix every year. 

As a fan, you are paying your money to sit in the stands and react to players and teams, whether it is the home team or a visiting club, but there are certain rules that really should be followed if you want to call yourself a true baseball fanatic. 

Here are the unbreakable rules for the most die-hard MLB fans. 

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