TLDR: I was turned away 4 times today at different gates bc I had a stroller. It's never been contraband before today. They finally let me in, which probably pissed me off more. My wife left town for work after church so I brought all 3 kids by myself to the ballgame. Figured the 5 year old and 2 year old boys would play behind the LF wall and the 3 month old would sleep in the stroller. I got to the LF entrance and the ticket taker told us no strollers were allowed in. His supervisor came over and said they had just been told not to allow strollers in. After expressing displeasure I walked around to the 3B entrances. Tried the elevator entrance first and the lady there told me they had a meeting this morning where they were told no strollers today. Same thing was said at the downstairs home entrance. At this point I'd decided to go home. No way I'm going to try to keep up with Rocky and Bullwinkle while holding an infant who was deprived of her source of shade. But before I left I was going to make sure someone saw me face to face to hear how furious I'd become. At the ticket window I asked for the manager to come out and speak with me about the situation. He acquiesced and walked around. Before I could utter a word he told me we could get in with the stroller. I'll be honest, I may have been more pissed after he told me that than if he'd just let me say my piece and go home. After spending half an hour or more walking to 4 different gates around the entire stadium with 3 kids 5 years or less, just to be told the previous 4 gates just wasted my time needlessly? I was hotter than a road lizard. We got situated after the 3rd inning ended and enjoyed the rest of the game, but what a senseless arse whip that was. Whoever made that idiotic decision needs to have future decision making authority rescinded permanently. I saw at least 6-8 other people turned away for the same reason. Meanwhile, wHorn fans were all over the dadgum place like they owned our house. ADJD will hear from me. We've held baseball season tix since I got out of the Army. Never once had an issue with strollers until today.