Dodger Stadium was not even half full Monday, but you would never have suspected that with your eyes closed and your ears open.
This was a concert, a festival, the joyous soundtrack of the World Baseball Classic. It will only get louder over the next two days, as the WBC crowns a champion, and then the Latin and Asian traditions of fan participation figures to recede.
On Monday, the historic ballpark shook to the rhythm of whistles, cowbells, tambourines, maracas and drums, and the syncopated sound of two sticks banging against one another. Rather than ban those items from the ballpark during the season, the Dodgers ought to give them away to fans.
After all, if everyone...