Ackley Boys get arts-and-crafty in the Safeco stands
With cardboard cutouts and spray paint, the Ackley Boys will out-fan you anytime, anywhere – well, mostly just in Seattle.
What started with just letters spelling out the second baseman’s name (and a few anagrams, like K-Y-L-E for Mr. Seager) has expanded to bats and balls for live replays of in-game moments and the classic "Which of these three hats is hiding the ball?" game.
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